Andrew Herndon is a Senior Business Manager for The University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) at Galveston, Texas. With work experience in both research and project management, Andrew’s career has taken him to the United States Department of Agriculture and now UTMB. With a strong focus on project management and efficiency, he hopes to better UTMB and Regional Healthcare Partnership (RHP) 2 through meaningful interventions identified through innovative healthcare data analysis.
Andrew joined UTMB in 2014 and began working on Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) project management and regional anchor report consulting. With exceptional results over the last five years, Andrew is Epic Certified and working towards real time data delivery and intervention support at UTMB for population health initiatives.
Andrew holds a BS in Biomedical Sciences from Texas A&M University and his Masters of Health Administration from The Texas A&M School of Public Health. He is a native Texan and resides in Hitchcock, Texas with his wife Nikki.
9 – Serving the Traditionally Underserved with Population Health Improvements (Clinical, Financial, Analyst; Course Level-Beginning)
Data-driven decision-making is crucial for healthcare organizations looking to constantly improve care in a value-based market. Discover how this organization used real-time, actionable data and analytics to measure the effectiveness of its population health improvements. Using analytics, they engaged providers to support breaking down silos, prioritized interventions, and resources, ensured standard work was occurring across multiple clinic locations, and increased pay for performance dollars while improving patient outcomes.