Committee on Data Aggregation

Value-based care models are causing providers to proactively seek out the neediest of patients which often requires the assimilation of multiple information streams to inform risk stratification efforts. This committee will focus its discussions on the ways that organizations can formulate a strategy to integrate HIE data, ingest claims data from a payer partner, and seek out other crucial information sources to inform the care strategy. Click here to download the committee overview sheet. 


Meetings 

January 22, 2020 2pm ET (Recording Here)  

February 24, 2020 2pm ET (virtual) (Recording Here)

March 24 & 25, 2020 (in-person, Chicago) Register Here

Participants  

Daniel Roberts, Chief Operations Officer, CHESS

Edward Marx, Former Chief Information Officer, Cleveland Clinic

John Lee, Chief Medical Information Officer, Edward-Elmhurst Health

Alisha Fehrenbacher, Chief Executive Officer, Elevate Health

Matthew Miller, Sr. VP & Chief Health Informatics Officer for Hospital Medicine, Lehigh Valley Health Network

Jessica Han, Director, NewYork Quality Care

Tamra Ruymann, Chief of Digital Health, Physicians of Southwest Washington

Sri Bharadwaj, Sr. Dir. & Chief Information Security Officer, UCI Health

Glenn Wasson, Administer of Analytics & Performance Measurement, UVA Health

Kirthi Anantharam, VP of Corporate Strategy & Growth, CVP

David Nace, Chief Medical Officer, Innovaccer

Lynda Rowe, Sr. Advisor of Value-Based Markets

 

Outputs 

These committees will develop industry resources that focus that may include Case Study Briefs (CSBs)competency guides (a more detailed description of the competency) and webinars. Each committee will develop a discussion agenda that identifies the main components of the competency, important information to share with industry, clarification on terminology, and relevant industry resources that are most beneficial to industry success in value. 


Sponsors

CVP

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*Note: Sponsors fund and contribute to the committee work, but do not control committee outputs. 

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