Succeeding under emerging payment models requires complex analytical modeling of markets, populations, and value-based contracts -- competencies EMR vendors don't have.
That’s why leading healthcare networks use an analytics and data management platform, in addition to their EMR reporting solution, to see and analyze data from all sources for added insights.
In this webcast, learn how St. Luke's University Health System -- a HIMSS Stage 7, CMS Four-Star Rated, Six-Time Truven Top 100 Award winning organization -- has established a program to go beyond the EMR and develop insights that EMR vendors can't provide.
Join Amanda Mazza and Dan Foltz from St. Luke’s to hear how they have created a patient-centric repository to support clinical integration to achieve their strategic priorities, including:
- Increasing revenue & market share
- Improving quality of care
- Improving their financial bottom line
- Succeeding under emerging payment models
You’ll see the impact of new insights, such as being able to identify patients who need care and conduct targeted outreach to bring them into the system – and much more.
Register now to listen.
Dan Foltz's 20+ year career has been dedicated to helping healthcare providers, payers, research institutions, life sciences companies and government health agencies step up their game with data science driven systems to support healthcare, medical research and public health.
Amanda Mazza has over twenty years of progressive experience in healthcare data management and analytics in both payor and provider (IDN) settings. She has proven success in strategically developing teams, processes, and tools to deliver high-quality information to business partners, maximizing the value of our data assets by improving care and reducing costs.
Jake Freivald is the vice president of Product Marketing for Information Builders. In this position, Jake is responsible for strategic and product-level messaging, content creation for digital marketing, and related requirements for press and analyst relations. He graduated from Cornell University with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering in 1991.