Establishing an Information Ecosystem to Support Value-Based Care

Establishing an Information Ecosystem to Support Value-Based Care

Wednesday, March 27

1:00 p.m. ET/Noon CT

Fundamental shifts in healthcare payment models means that provider organizations need to gather and use data differently. Measuring value-based performance requires organizations to build outcomes-based financial models derived from a sound data infrastructure. Failing to do so jeopardizes reimbursements, which can negatively affect revenue, growth and a provider’s critical ability to achieve and maintain competitive advantage.

If data is to be used to support day-to-day operations and drive transformation, it must be trusted, scalable, actionable information from across the enterprise and that requires a thoughtfully planned enterprise information management (EIM) ecosystem.

With guidance from our data and value-based care experts, attendees will learn the key requirements for developing a healthy EIM ecosystem. This includes ensuring analytics frameworks, business processes, and governance structures are in place to rapidly consume data from multiple, highly complex data sources, and to transform raw data into the KPIs required for effective value-based care measurement and analysis.

This webinar is applicable to anyone in healthcare leadership, and individuals in a healthcare setting with oversight responsibilities related to the EHR, data warehousing, operational reporting/analytics, patient portals, patient registries, care management, contracts, claims or billing.

* All registrants will receive a copy of CTG’s latest publication “Data Governance Manifesto” authored by webinar speaker, John Walton.

John Walton
Solution Architect, CTG

About the Presenter: JOHN WALTON is a CTG Solution Architect and consulting professional with more than 35 years of IT experience spanning multiple disciplines and industries. He has more than 20 years of experience leading data warehousing, business intelligence, and data governance engagements, and extensive experience working with a broad range of healthcare and life sciences organizations including IDNs, national healthcare payers, regional HMOs, a global pharmaceutical company, academic medical centers, and community and pediatric hospitals. 

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