David Vezina is the Chief Information Officer for US Medical Management and has been instrumental in developing the information systems that allows USMM to achieve high-quality marks coupled with remarkable financial results from the only CMS-approved House Call ACO.
His unique perspective was developed from his over thirty-five years of healthcare experience in finance, operations, information technology, and services support. He has served in administrative roles in multiple settings—from military field hospitals to hospital systems and physician practices, including home health, hospice and house calls.
He received his B.S. in Accounting and MBA in Management Information Systems from Wayne State University and is a retired Army Medical Services Corp Officer.
David currently resides in Rochester Hills, MI with his wife Peggy. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
10- Integrating Data and Analytics into Provider Workflows Improves ACO Quality and Financial Performance (Operations Financial) – Valentine Vezina -HAS2018Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP) Accountable Care Organization (ACO) participants are subject to a number of Medicare quality reporting requirements and performance initiatives, including the Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS). An ACO’s quality composite score is based on the performance of PQRS Group Practice Reporting Option (GPRO) best practice preventative care and primary care measures. ACO participants may receive as high as a four percent upward or downward payment adjustment based on their quality composite performance. US Medical Management’s (USMM) home-based primary care serves as the foundation for its success as an ACO. USSM will share how it integrated real-time data and analytics into provider workflow, ensuring its patients receive the appropriate primary and preventative care, improving its ACO measure performance, and saving Medicare millions of dollars.