SCIO Health Analytics® Partners with HIMSS to Deliver Webinar on How Provider Organizations Can Adopt an Insights-Driven Culture View as PDF

SCIO’s Rose Higgins & industry expert Jonathan Niloff, MD, to examine critical factors and decisions provider organizations must consider when managing risk and improving quality

WEST HARTFORD, Conn. – May 30, 2017 – SCIO Health Analytics® today announced it is partnering with HIMSS to deliver an upcoming webinar titled “Insight-Driven Outcomes: A Focus on Risk, Quality and Provider Networks” on Wednesday, June 7, 2017, from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. EDT. HIMSS members may attend the webinar through the Society’s Learning Center free of charge.

As provider organizations continue the journey toward value-based outcomes and reimbursement, such as MACRA, they face many critical decisions that will impact their business and patient outcomes. The risk is too high to rely on assumptions and interpretations. Instead, providers must be able to take insight-driven actions around key objectives such as managing risk and improving quality and provider network operations - areas that can significantly impact cost and quality outcomes.

In this webinar, industry experts Rose Higgins, president of North America for SCIO Health Analytics®, and Jonathan Niloff, MD, president of Niloff Healthcare Strategies, will discuss how provider organizations are adopting an insights-driven culture that delivers improved value-based outcomes.

Participants attending this webinar will gain an understanding of current market drivers impacting providers associated with value-based outcomes, learn how to better manage risk across populations and value-based arrangements, hear key insights for improving quality and compliance across providers and understand how to look across provider networks to better manage cost, quality and utilization.

“As provider organizations continue to engage with more risk as part of their value-based efforts, they enter new territory that likely creates an unnerving amount of uncertainty,” said Niloff. “This webinar will discuss key levers, including the use of data and analytics, that can be used to ease this uncertainty. In working with healthcare organizations, we understand the value in using analytics to reduce risk and gain insight into high priority areas such as cost, quality, risk, and utilization.”

The HIMSS Learning Center is a career development destination where healthcare IT leaders and professionals come together to learn, discuss, and discover to improve their knowledge and value in the workplace.

For more information or to register for this webinar, click here.

Media contact:
Brandon Glenn
Amendola Communications

SCIO Health Analytics Contact:
Michele Norton, M.S., R.N.
Senior Vice President Marketing