Quality, Cost and Business Intelligence in Healthcare

Quality, Cost and Business Intelligence in Healthcare

Quality, Cost and Business Intelligence in Healthcare

On Demand Webinar

Overview/Description

This session will demonstrate the high priority of quality measurement and healthcare intelligence. Understand the financial impact of quality events within a healthcare setting and the promise of incentive pay upon CMS regulatory initiatives such as value based purchasing, readmissions, and hospital acquired conditions. It will also address the important relationship between cost and quality and the clinical quality events that regulatory agencies have required organizations to report. Attendees will be able to identify when lack of adherence to best practices produces lowered quality. Last, attendees will learn to meld clinical and financial data into one enterprise wide database for reporting and analysis leading to better understanding of performance for both process and outcome metrics.

Speaker

John Neider has over 30 years of experience in healthcare. He is currently the Business Intelligence Strategist in marketing at Cerner Corporation. Previously he worked in hospital administration as head of quality management, outcome measurement, process improvement and hospital quality. He began his career at the University of Minnesota Health and Hospitals and subsequently moved to the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences, Shoreline Behavioral Health Center in New Jersey, The Chester County Hospital in West Chester, Pennsylvania before concluding his hospital based career at University of Pennsylvania Health System. He has authored articles on patient outcomes, presented talks at various local and national forums. His interests lie at the intersection of process, outcome and measurement.

Access Instructions

Access instructions will be emailed to the registrant within two business days upon receipt of payment.

Pricing

 Price
AHIMA/PHIMA Member$50.00
Non-Member$75.00
Full Time Student$25.00

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