Driving Digital Quality: See It at the Summit

August 16, 2023 · Andy Reynolds

“Driving Digital Quality” is one of six focused topics at our Health Innovation Summit 2023.

The Health Innovation Summit is our newer, bigger forum for covering the topics we used to cover at the Digital Quality Summit–our predecessor event (2017 to 2022).

Teams Everywhere Move Ahead on Digital Quality

Quality leaders can’t make the transition to digital quality alone. It takes a village of quality colleagues.

Many organizations are on their way. But some continue to struggle.

That’s why digital quality is on the agenda at the NCQA Health Innovation Summit, October 23–25, in Orlando, Florida.

What You’ll Learn

Speakers will focus on:

  • Teaming.
  • Standards.
  • Workflows.
  • Data operations.
  • Contracting/value-based care needs.
  • Preparing for digital quality transition.

Session topics include:

Who Should Attend These Sessions?

Sessions in the Driving Digital Quality track will appeal to:

  • Consultants.
  • Health Plans.
  • CMOs and CIOs.
  • Government Agencies.
  • Health IT Professionals.
  • Hospitals and Health Systems.

 Most sessions are designed for intermediate learners. Advanced learners and beginners will also find useful sessions.

Who’s Speaking?

More than 20 faculty—technologists and informaticists, regulators and public health leaders, academics, standards experts—will lead sessions in this track. Notable examples:

  • Faseeha Altaf, MPH, head of digital data and quality strategy at Yale-CORE, is an authority on digital quality strategy.
  • Randall (Reid) Kiser, MS, Director of the Division of Quality Measurement for CMS, is an expert on quality reporting programs and strategy.
  • Michael Klotz, health care IT consultant and key contributor to NCQA’s Digital Quality Transition Playbook, has deep expertise in interoperability and digital quality measures.
  • Linda Michaelsen, who leads the United Health Group Interoperability Community of Practice, is an expert on digital quality implementation.
  • Bryn Rhodes, Director of Standards Strategy for Smile Digital Health and co-chair of the HL7 Clinical Decision Support Work Group, is an authority on extracting data for clinical quality measurement.

Plan to Be There!

Expect a first-rate educational lineup at the Health Innovation Summit. Plan to join us October 23–25 at the Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center in Orlando.

  • More than 50 sessions across 6 tracks, filled with best practices, strategies and resources to improve health care quality.
  • General sessions featuring individual keynote presentations, interview-style “fireside chats” with audience Q&A and moderated discussion plenary panels.
  • Panel discussions supported by sponsoring organizations on specific therapeutic areas, such as diabetes.
  • 15-minute presentations/demonstrations of products, services and initiatives.

Register now for the Health Innovation Summit.

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