Is data collection just a “cost center” in your medical practice? Groups that use data only to support billing and compliance are missing an opportunity to strengthen themselves clinically and financially. Leading physician groups have developed a range of strategies for using practice data to provide greater value to both patients and payers. This presentation will show medical group leaders how to use their current data collection program to build a trove of high-value clinical information. The presenter will explain how to use common data sets to develop care innovations that have a measurable impact on patient outcomes. Participants will learn how to design cost-effective programs for managing chronic disease by using data to stratify the practice population into risk groups. The presentation will also illustrate strategies for using outcomes data to secure better payer rates and payment bonuses. Learn how to create the data foundation of a medical home practice, coordinate your data program within an ACO, and use data effectively in direct contracting with payers. Topics will include:
- Align data collection efforts and clinical protocols to achieve high performance within an ACO, resulting in both improved clinical outcomes and cost control gains
- Utilize current data resources to participate in multiple incentive programs without additional efforts
- Use patient outcomes data to build an airtight value proposition for your medical group, and leverage that value within payer negotiations
- Use EMR data reports to design cost-effective care processes and develop highly focused programs for chronic disease management.
Ms. Glaser is a manager with The Camden Group, specializing in clinical integration, accountable care, and many other innovation strategies. She brings over 15 years of experience in various sectors of healthcare including physician practices, insurance, and pharmaceuticals. Ms. Glaser’s in-depth knowledge of value-based care operations provides a context for assisting clients in navigating population health.
Prior to joining The Camden Group, Ms. Glaser served as director of implementation services for Collaborative Health Systems in Houston, Texas, working with more than 30 Medicare Shared Savings Program Accountable Care Organizations. She is currently serving as a member of the Quality, Cost, and Safety Committee with the Health Information Management Systems Society.
Ms. Glaser earned her bachelor’s degree in business administration from Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant, Michigan. She received a master’s degree in diplomacy and international relations from Seton Hall University in South Orange, New Jersey