Regulatory reform, advances on technology and changing demographics are driving major changes in the way healthcare services are offered. In response, health institutions are shifting to Population Health Management (PHM), a new patient-centric care model that makers care more collaborative and focused on outcomes.
This will require institutions to make new investments that leverage patient data effectively, helping them recognize patterns faster and manage the health of populations more efficiently. Doing so will improve health outcomes and reduce the overall cost of care.
Key Learning Outcomes:
1. Understand the desired future state of Population Health Management
2. The challenges in reaching the future state
3. Introduction to success stories
About the Speaker
Dave is a respected and solutions-oriented IT leader with deep technical expertise and a motivational leadership style to drive the challenges of reducing cost, streamlining efficiency and growing operational competency.
Excellent communicator among senior executives, non-technical business partners and ground level technical teams, he is driven by metrics and transparency to ensure continuous improvement initiatives have clear baselines and improvements are clearly measured and communicated.
Dave is also highly experienced in developing and implementing strong governance, global IT standards and processes that improve IT agility, promote reuse and reduce risk. A strong advocate for change, passionate about driving innovation, cost, waste reduction and the continuous improvement to project and service delivery.