Event Format

Webinar

Date

Tue, Jan 29, 2019, 04:00 PM – Tue, Jan 29, 2019, 05:00 PM

Cost

Free

Type

Webinars

Event Host

American Hospital Association

Contact Information

AHA Webinars
312-895-2546

Open To

Members

Description

Tuesday, January 29, 2019
3 - 4 p.m. Eastern; 2 - 3 p.m. Central; 12 - 1 p.m. Pacific

Navigating how to use data to drive strategies for bundled care redesign can be overwhelming. The AHA Center for Health Innovation is hosting the Bundled Payments: Learning in Action Series. These webinars are exclusive to members only.   

On Tuesday, January 29, hear from AHA’s Chief Data Strategy Officer Gloria Kupferman on how to use your existing data to derive actionable information and better understand your population of patients in bundles, deriving the right tactics to redesign their care. DataGen’s Senior Director of Informatics, Darcie Hurteau, and Chief of Analytics, Kate Poglitsch, as well as Northwestern Medicine’s Program Manager of Value-Based Care, Jessica Walradt, will join in the discussion. Register now to learn more on this topic.

In collaboration with the University of Pennsylvania’s Center for Health Incentives and Behavioral Economics (CHIBE), the AHA started this webinar series in 2018 with what bundled payments and episodic care programs are. The series will continue in 2019 by focusing on how hospitals and health systems are implementing these types of programs.

Check back on the AHA Bundled Payments page for additional resources and upcoming events. Additional topics to be covered in the series include:
·        Engaging in partnerships for care

·        Understanding the policy landscape

·        Employing systemic action

·        Measuring success

Speakers: 
 

Gloria Kupferman
Chief Data Strategy Officer
American Hospital Association

Darcie Hurteau
Senior Director, Informatics
DataGen

Kate Poglitsch
Chief of Analytics
DataGen

Jessica Walradt
Program Manager, Value-Based Care
Northwestern Medicine

Moderator: 
 

Nancy Myers
Vice President, Leadership and System Innovation
American Hospital Association