Quality measurement is complicated by incomplete data, calculations, visualizations, and workflows. As a result, quality measurement is a significant burden for medical groups. In fact, research that Health Affairs published in 2016 quantified the burden as 785 hours per provider per year.
That's why Health Catalyst is excited to introduce Able Health, the only quality measures solution that’s truly complete.
Wednesday, May 27
1:00 - 2:00 PM ET
In this webinar, you’ll learn how Able Health combines all data, measures, visualizations, and workflows (monitor, improve, and submit) into one complete solution. Eliminating the complexity, and therefore the burden, of provider quality measurement means you spend more time improving performance and less time managing data.
You’ll also learn how each of the three core components of the Able Health solution makes more efficient quality measurement possible:
Rachel believes making value-based care work is one of our generation's most important challenges. Rachel co-founded Able Health in 2015 and served as CEO. Previously, she delivered strategy to healthcare and technology clients at McKinsey & Company and led public-private dialogues at the World Economic Forum. As a US Fulbright Scholar in China, Rachel studied China's freight industry by hitchhiking 6,000 miles through central China with truck drivers. She holds a BA from Brown University.
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.