Speakers

Katelyn Muir, CPQH, CSM, MPH

Supervisor of Population Health Analytics, OneCare Vermont

Katelyn Muir (Katie) is the Supervisor of Population Health Analytics, managing the Information and Population Health Analysts. She and her team build tools and reports on cost and utilization metrics, quality measure and quality improvement as well as care coordination data. She started with OneCare in 2016. Katie’s background is in Public Health. She earned her MPH from NYU with a focus in international and community health. Prior to working at OneCare Katie worked for a consulting firm managing public health research projects. Katie is a Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality (CPHQ) and a Certified Scrum Master (CSM).

Speaker Sessions

32. Prioritizing the Patient in Value-Based Care: A Data-Informed Approach

(Innovative Data and Analytics Transformation, Population Health, Cost — Course Level: Intermediate)

Healthcare organizations have struggled to balance the financial focus of value-based care with the patient focus of clinical care, while also striving to improve performance. This presentation shows how one healthcare network:

  • Uses data and analytics to prioritize outreach in their statewide, community-based complex care coordination program.
  • Tracks and trends patients and population risk over time.
  • Risk stratifies to identify rising-risk patients.
  • Effectively predicts cost and utilization—guiding future program development and focusing on prevention and wellness.

This presentation also includes details on how the healthcare system leveraged data and tools to respond to the COVID-19 outbreak and provides data insights about this high-risk population based on clinical criteria.

Thank You for a Great Virtual Summit! See You Next Year for HAS 21.

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