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Quality Matters: The New Data Dilemma

December 12 @ 11:30 am - 1:15 pm

Physicians, practice managers, quality champions and other medical professionals need to effectively use clinical data in order to transition into the new era of data driven healthcare.

When Medicare’s payment programs reward quality over quantity, it’s clear the road to success relies upon confidence in high quality, accurate data, secured in a trusted health information exchange that delivers clear analysis of patient and population healthcare trends. Physicians must identify and treat at-risk populations, proactively engage patients sooner, and understand the performance of health interventions on health outcomes and reduced cost.

The presentation is designed to provide physicians and clinicians with the knowledge to drive quality improvement and transform healthcare through the application of meaningful data analytics for quality reporting, population health management, risk management and clinical effectiveness.

Program presented by Laura McCrary, EdD, Senior Vice President, KaMMCO Health Solutions, Inc. (KHS), and Executive Director, Kansas Health Information Network, Inc. (KHIN).

The activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Lunch will be served at this event. Visit CTHealthLink for details and registration information.

Hosted by the Hartford County Medical Association

Presented by the Connecticut State Medical Society, KaMMCO Health Solutions, and CTHealthLink

 

 

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Date:
December 12
Time:
11:30 am - 1:15 pm
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Venue

Baci Grill
134 Berlin Road
Cromwell,CT06416United States

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