Maximizing patient touchpoints, modifying workflows and creating a safety net for high-risk conditions enables Kaiser Permanente to manage the health of its population proactively.
Listen to pre-conference comments from Jim Bellows.
During Managing Population Health with Integrated Registries and Effective Patient Touchpoints, a July 31st webinar, now available for replay, Jim Bellows, PhD, Senior Director, Evaluation and Analytics, Kaiser Permanente, shares his organization's approach to population care and population health management.
You'll learn how Kaiser Permanente:
- Collects data and integrates its information system to improve population health management results;
- Uses patient registries to identify gaps in care;
- Closes identified gaps during or between routine encounters;
- Integrates patient messaging across multiple channels to improve patient engagement;
- Is evolving its population health management to include additional populations; and
- Has improved its quality reporting results from its population health management program.
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WHO WILL BENEFIT FROM THIS CONFERENCE?
Presidents, CEOs, medical directors, quality improvement executives, business development and strategic planning directors and consultants.
ABOUT OUR PANELIST:
||Kaiser Permanente registries run the gamut from small populations where it can make a big difference to huge populations where it can make a little bit of difference in each.
Jim Bellows, PhD, is the senior director, for the Center for Evaluation and Analytics for Kaiser Permanente. He leads CMIís research and development work, which includes supporting care delivery innovation projects, identifying specific population care practices that contribute to superior performance, and supporting and studying the spread of the most promising practices.
He is also responsible for CMIís efforts in demonstrating the value of population care and consults with a variety of Program Office leaders and departments on areas related to program evaluation and performance measurement.
Dr. Bellows has been a lecturer at the University of California Berkeley School of Public Health, where he taught Health Care Quality Ė Measurement and Improvement from 2004 to 2007. He earned his PhD in health services research and health economics from the University of California Berkeley and joined CMI in July 2001 after several earlier careers. He received a masterís degree in public health from University of California Berkeley and a bachelorís degree from the University of California Santa Cruz.
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