Webinar: Oct. 1st, 2019 | 3:00-4:00 PM EDT

How to Evaluate Provider Performance in An Open, Trusted, and Transparent Way

Webinar Summary

Measuring provider performance is hard and current rating systems have not met the needs of the market. There are many reasons for the lack of trust in and adoption of these measures including their black box nature and their inability in providing any real, meaningful, and specific improvements guidance.  

Join our president, Aneesh Chopra, for our introductory webinar to learn about history of provider performance rating systems, the existing gaps, and new innovations in data analytics and data science that offer a promising, open, transparent way to measure and score over 950,000 providers, including Primary Care Physicians (PCPs) and Specialists, across dozens of industry-accepted cost and outcome metrics.

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Oct. 1st, 2019

3:00-4:00 PM EDT

Keynote Speaker

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Aneesh Chopra
President, CareJourney
Aneesh Chopra is the President of CareJourney, an open data service that democratizes care interventions research for providers, payers and pharma on the move to value. He served as the first U.S. Chief Technology Officer under President Obama (’09-’12) and in 2014, authored, “Innovative State: How New Technologies can Transform Government.” He joined the Board of the Health Care Cost Institute in 2017, earned his MPP from Harvard Kennedy School and BA from The Johns Hopkins University.

In This Webinar You Will Learn:

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A brief history of provider performance rating and existing gaps in current models

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Attributes of an ideal, universal provider rating system

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Advances in data analytics and data science that support an ideal rating system

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Introduction to the CareJourney Cost and Outcome Index

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Use cases for Payers, Health Systems, and Doctors to get ROI

Key Takeaways

  • Audit and understand provider performance against their peers and take action on efficiency or quality deficiencies.
  • Identify high or low performers for special contracting arrangements, incentive programs or for replacement opportunities.
  • Evaluate providers for inclusion/exclusion in a network or make predictions about how decision point might affect KPIs for that network.
  • Understand the net effect of specialists on your ability to reach cost and outcomes goals.

Who Should Attend?

Chief Medical Officers

Chief Operations Officers

Network Management and Optimization professionals at large hospitals/health systems, and Payer organizations

Individual physicians

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