Join us at HAS 17 – September 12-14, 2017 in Salt Lake City

Kyle Grunder, MBA

Director of Operations, Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute, Nasseff Spine Institute, Allina Health

Kyle Grunder graduated from Concordia College in Moorhead, MN with a BA in Healthcare Administration and Long-Term Care Administration. Later, he received his MBA from the University of St. Thomas Graduate School of Business in St. Paul, MN. Grunder has over 10 years of experience in Healthcare with a focus on care delivery and multi-specialty operations. This includes medical group and hospital administration, as well as program development. He has a passion around motivating others to come up with new and innovative ways to serve patient’s needs. Kyle is known for his ability to connect with providers and staff to ensure barriers to care are broken down so the talented individuals he works with can perform at the highest level. In his current role as a leader within the rehab and spine service lines of Allina Health, he is responsible for day-to-day operations, patient experience, quality improvement for enhanced patient outcomes, financial performance, and employee satisfaction. Kyle and his family reside in Eagan, MN and in his spare time he likes to play a wide range of sports, attend concerts, dine at new restaurants, and get together with friends and family.

Jill E. Henly, MSW, LCSW

Manager, Care Coordination and Social Work, Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute, Allina Health

Jill Henly graduated from the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee in 1989 with a Master’s degree in Social Work, emphasis on health care leadership. Jill has 30 years of care management experience. After 15 years of direct practice Jill was promoted to a leadership position where she developed an integrated care management model. Through that experience Jill became passionate about data solutions that improve the health care delivery system. She has special interest in care coordination models that partner with caregivers to assist in navigating health care. As a green belt in six sigma Jill is experienced in process improvement, problem analysis, project leadership, and team building. In her current role, Jill is developing a care coordination program to help individuals navigate the continuum of services available across the Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute and broader Allina Health. Jill and her husband reside in Stillwater, MN. She enjoys road biking and golf during the warmer months in Minnesota.

33 - Improving Outcomes in a Value-Based Environment: Holistic Care Management for Complex Medical Conditions (2 Hour Deep Dive Case Study Session)

Kyle Grunder, MBA (Director of Operations, Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute, Nasseff Spine Institute, Allina Health), Jill E. Henly, MSW, LCSW (Manager, Care Coordination and Social Work, Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute, Allina Health)

Session Overview

Allina Health improved the quality of the lives of its patients with complex medical conditions, while saving its community $11.2M annually through innovative care management in a value-based environment. A challenging task for any population but especially notable when accomplished in support of a high-risk, high-cost population.

With approximately 15 percent of United States’ citizens affected by disability- Allina Health’s Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute (CKRI) was established to support patients with disabilities, injuries, and complex medical conditions in achieving the highest possible degree of health, functioning, and quality of life. CKRI leaders knew that in order to achieve these goals they needed to create a multidisciplinary, collaborative care model that focused on the whole person—one that looked beyond the medical to address vocational, social, and emotional needs.

This two-hour session will cover CKRI’s journey in developing an innovative care management model that used analytics to improve and measure patient and financial outcomes in a value-based, at-risk environment.