As part of its clinical transformation project, Bon Secours Health System has watched the progression of its data collection efforts mature into usable knowledge and wisdom to better manage the health of its population.
Using custom builds in its EPIC electronic health record system, Bon Secours has developed sophisticated reporting, patient registries and a predictive model to identify high-risk patients.
Listen to pre-conference comments from Robert Fortini.
During Improving Population Health Management Through Effective, Efficient Data Analytics, an October 3rd, 2012 webinar, now available for replay, Robert Fortini, vice president, chief clinical officer at Bon Secours Health System drills down on Bon Secours' tools and protocols.
- The types of registries Bon Secours uses to identify patients in need of care coordination;
- How Bon Secours has streamlined the time that it takes for nurses to document their patient interactions, including details on the training that the end users receive to efficiently use the system;
- The details on a predictive modeling tool that is embedded within the documentation system, including the formula used by the model to identify patients at-risk of readmission;
- The role of data analytics in a shared saving agreement between Bon Secours and Cigna; and
- Results from the program, including the impact on all-cause readmissions, patient and physician satisfaction and physician visit volume and productivity.
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WHO WILL BENEFIT FROM THIS CONFERENCE?
CEOs, medical directors, health plan executives, hospital executives, clinical and quality improvement executives, physician executives, and business development and strategic planning directors.
ABOUT OUR PANELIST:
Robert Fortini, PNP, is Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer for Bon Secours Medical Group in Richmond, Virginia. He is responsible for facilitating Provider adoption of EMR, coordinating clinical transformation to a patient-centered medical home care delivery model, and facilitating participation in available pay for performance initiatives as well as physician advocacy and affairs.
||Bon Secours's ability to document a reduction in readmissions in CHF patients is very compelling at the negotiating table.
Fortini has extensive experience in operations and clinical policy development, and experience in workflow re-engineering and CQI in ambulatory care.
Before coming to BSMG, Fortini served as the chief medical affairs officer at Queens Long Island Medical Group engaged in quality and HIT adoption. He successfully applied for the first Level 3 NCQA recognized PCMH in New York. Prior to that, at Community Care Physicians Medical Group, Fortini participated in the successful launch of the Bridges to Excellence Collaborative in Upstate New York.
Fortini has 30 years of experience in healthcare. He is a graduate of Fordham University and The State University of New York College of Health Professions at Upstate Medical Center in Syracuse, N.Y.