From hospital systems to large employers, organizations are increasingly taking on financial risk for the health of populations. Drivers of this trend include the update to the MSSP model, the recent CMS Primary Cares Initiative announcement, the increasing prevalence of the Medicare Advantage model, innovative partnerships in the self-insured employer space, and the proliferation of Medicaid ACOs. Yet while market pressures push organizations toward population risk, they don't necessarily help them succeed: most organizations are struggling to attain or sustain the dual imperatives of high-quality care and cost containment. A primary reason? Short-sighted and tactical approaches that don't provide the flexible data infrastructure and tools to adapt to emerging trends in population health—or to support short-term contractual requirements while building toward long-term success.
Wednesday, June 12
2:00-2:45 PM ET
Join us in this launch webinar to learn about Health Catalyst’s Population Health Foundations solution, a data and analytics-first starter set aimed at optimizing performance in value-based risk arrangements and providing the data ecosystem that will flex and adapt to complex needs of risk-bearing organizations. Solution services ensure that the strategic value of data is maximized to improve performance in risk contracts—and provide side-by-side subject matter expert partnership for establishing short- and long-term goals for population health management (PHM).
Built on Health Catalyst’s foundational technology and supported by the nationwide experience and perspective of its experts, the Population Health Foundations solution helps organizations leverage multiple data sources to understand their patient populations and create meaningful views of financial and clinical quality performance. As a starter set that organizations can build on based on their needs, the solution is designed to compensate for the known limitations of “black box” population health applications that fail to reveal the “why” of analytic insights and exacerbate the challenges of transforming quality, cost, and care. The Population Health Foundations solution delivers the essential analytic tools needed for success under value-based risk arrangements:
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Dr. Amy Flaster joined the Health Catalyst team in 2016 and currently serves as the Senior Vice President of Population Health Management and Care Management. She is also the Associate Medical Director of Population Health at Partners Healthcare, sees patients as an internist at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston and is an Instructor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. Prior to joining Health Catalyst, Amy completed her residency in the Division of General Medicine and Primary Care program at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Amy has previously co-founded a healthcare IT startup focused on digitizing advance directives, and has worked extensively on provider innovation and transformation through her work with the Brigham and Women’s Physicians Organization. Amy has earned a BA from Dartmouth College, an MD from Harvard Medical School and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Eric Just is the Senior Vice President and General Manager of Application Suites at Health Catalyst. His team is responsible for a broad portfolio of applications including a patient registry platform, patient safety decision support, and incorporating new technologies like machine learning and natural language processing.
Eric has spent the majority of his career innovating technology to improve healthcare and health sciences. During the early part of his career, he built a genomics data resource to support a global research community at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. Then Eric transitioned to the clinical data warehouse team at Northwestern as one of the principal architects and ensuring the data warehouse was effectively leveraged to power outcomes research, care improvement, and recruitment of patients into research studies.
Since joining Health Catalyst in 2011 as the fifth employee, Eric has enjoyed a variety of roles within the company. Outside of work, he is a dedicated husband and dad and is involved in school, sports, and enjoying outdoor life in his adopted hometown of Salt Lake City.