WHO WE ARE
The Scottsdale Institute (SI) is a not-for-profit membership organization of prominent healthcare systems whose goal is to support our members as they move forward to achieve clinical integration and transformation through information technology. SI facilitates knowledge sharing by providing intimate and informal forums that embrace SI's "Three Pillars":
SI members are 50 advanced, not-for-profit health systems and academic medical centers committed to sharing best practices. Senior executives such as CEOs, CMOs, CIOs, CMIOs and CQOs cultivate relationships while their organizations collaborate on IT-enabled performance improvement. Unlike many large-scale national organizations, we keep SI activities at a scale that facilitates group interaction and collaboration.
WHAT WE DO
SI offers about 80 content-rich teleconferences yearly that are accessible to member and sponsor associates, including non-employed staff physicians. Delivered by industry thought leaders, top executives and IT innovators, SI teleconferences last year provided a convenient and cost-effective learning environment to 11,000 member associates. Teleconference presentations and audio files are only available to members.
The Spring Conference fosters face-to-face interaction among executive peers and other industry leaders. Summits are small work groups targeted to specific audiences or to address leading issues. Rated highly and backed by repeat attendance, SI conferences aim for informal educational experience and open dialogue for collaboration and networking. Conference presentations and audio files are only available to members while Summit reports are available to everyone.
SI produces reports, industry thought leader interviews, and topical reporting and analysis relevant to our mission of supporting healthcare transformation through information technology. Our Summit reports reflect the output of small group working sessions, the Viewpoint profiles an industry thought leader, and each issue of the Inside Edge consists of focused conversations with a handful of industry leaders and concluding analysis. Summit reports are available to everyone while the most recent twelve months of the Viewpoint and the Inside Edge are only available to members.
SI IT Benchmarking is a unique national program for member and non-member organizations to create normalized comparisons of IT costs, structure and operations with self-selected cohorts. The Database is designed for one-on-one comparisons -- not industry-wide averages -- and participation is easy and free of charge. IT Benchmarking is available to everyone.
Patient and 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. Scottsdale Institute developed the SI Patient/Consumer Engagement Adoption Model™ and Assessment© tool for SI member organizations and other health systems to identify their current level of patient/consumer engagement, identify steps to advance engagement, and measure progress. The SI Patient/Consumer Engagement Assessment© tool is open to any healthcare organization to participate.
SI collaboratives offer unique opportunities for small groups of members to share best practices and solve common problems. Collaboratives have been formed to address readmissions, clinical decision support, project management office, vendor-specific clinical solutions and other high-impact issues. Collaborative participation and deliverables are only available to members.