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Personal Health Engagement at Intermountain

Lonny Northrup, Senior Medical Informaticist, Intermountain Healthcare.  Improving communications between patients and their care teams once the patient leaves the hospital, clinic or emergency department is resulting in dramatically improved patient satisfaction, better clinical outcomes, fewer readmissions and reduced clinical utilization. This teleconference highlights results achieved at Intermountain and other healthcare systems using a variety of digital solutions for improved patient engagement.

Combining Physician Engagement, Data Integration and Payor Partnerships

Patrick R. Young, President Population Health, Hackensack Meridian Health.  The transition from volume to value-based care is transforming healthcare.  Patrick discusses how the largest health system in New Jersey is making this transition through physician engagement, data integration, and payor partnerships. Hackensack Meridian Health is a leader in this transition to value-based care in New Jersey, pioneering innovative programs with its payor partners and...

Patient Engagement Platform at Memorial Sloan Kettering

Pete Stetson, MD, MA, CHIO, Deputy Physician-in-Chief, and Kevin Shannon, Director - Solutions Architect, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.  In 2015 MSK began a journey to build a robust, user-friendly and secure platform to collect patient reported data for clinical and research purposes. The end result, MSK Engage, is MSK’s electronic questionnaire tool enabling the collection and visualization of...

Digital Patient Engagement at Partners

Kamal Jethwani, MD, MPH, Senior Director Innovation, Partners HealthCare Pivot Labs.  Evidence suggests that patients engaged in their own care have better clinical outcomes and lower total medical expenses. However, engaging patients in meaningful ways requires high levels of coordination within care teams, along with the availability of well-designed, intelligent tools to offer to patients.  Dr. Jethwani discusses the...

Strategies and Technologies for Advancing Patient Engagement

Colin Buckley, Senior Analyst, and Adam Cherrington, Director of Patient Engagement Research, KLAS.  Patient engagement is as old as medicine, but the use of information technology to engage patients is just taking shape. Broad visions and experimentation abound, but pathways are still being cleared, and there is a lack of consensus regarding end goals. The resources needed to move...

Remote Care Monitoring to Improve Consumer Engagement at Ascension

Carrie Stover, MSN, NP-C, Senior Director Virtual Care, Ascension. More than just the deployment of new technology, the development of right-size care solutions compels us to improve value and workflow while focusing on personalized risk using patient and provider friendly solutions for remote monitoring. Carrie reviews Ascension's early successes using tried and true solutions in innovative ways for new...

How an ACO Uses Technology to Improve Quality, Patient Engagement and Lower Cost

Elissa Langley, MHA, VP & Chief Operating Officer, Triad Healthcare Network and Tonda Gosnell, Population Health Project Manager, Cone Health, Triad Healthcare Network. Triad HealthCare Network (THN) is one of 51 Next Generation Accountable Care Organizations (ACO) in the country. Located in Greensboro, North Carolina, THN represents more than 1200 affiliated physicians and covers nearly 100,000 patients through its...

Current Trends and New Tactics for Better Patient Engagement

Colin Buckley, Senior Analyst, KLAS.  The need for patient engagement is as old as medicine, but the use of information technology to engage patients is in its adolescence. Today, broad visions and experimentation exist, but there is a lack of consensus regarding end goals, and pathways are unclear.  Colin discusses the most recent strategies and technologies being used today...

Database Links Engagement and Reduced Costs with the Use of Portals

Kristin M. Jenkins, JD, MBA, FACHE, President, Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council Foundation and Senior VP, Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council.  The Foundation houses a voluntary health information exchange in which 98 acute care and post-acute care facilities share claims data.  This data is analyzed to measure performance on AHRQ quality metrics, hospital acquired conditions and readmissions for all participating organizations...

Patient Engagement

Patient Engagement SI Patient/Consumer Engagement Adoption Model™ Patient/Consumer Engagement is a critical element in moving to a patient-centered, value-based model of care and wellness that incorporates accountable care, population health and analytics. Until now, however, health systems have had little or no clarity, consistency or guidance in measuring their success and progress in engaging patients in their own health and wellness,...