Making Data Useful: See It at the Summit

August 2, 2023 · Andy Reynolds

“Making Data Useful” is one of six focused topics at our Health Innovation Summit 2023.

The Trouble With Today’s Health Data

Remember when health data were scarce? Those days are over.

Today, the amount and sources of data are vast. Clinical, administrative, consumer, patient-reported data (including from wearables) flow freely.

Now What?

That’s the question examined by the “Making Data Useful” track at the NCQA Health Innovation Summit, October 23–25 in Orlando.

What You’ll Learn

Attendees will home in on accessibility, accuracy and availability of data.

Speakers will address:

  • Teaming.
  • Workflow.
  • Standards.
  • Data operations.
  • Contracting and value-based care needs.
  • Preparing for the digital quality transition.

Session topics include:

  • Improving Electronic Clinical Quality Measures
  • Using SMART on FHIR for Quality Improvement
  • Building Trust in Clinical Data for Value Based Care
  • Leveraging Data Science to Improve Care Management
  • Utilizing AI and Machine Learning in Prior Authorization

 As always, our goal is to help you measure what matters, drive clinical decisions and improve quality.

Who Should Attend These Sessions?

This track will appeal to a range of quality professionals representing a variety of organization types, including:

  • HEDIS managers.
  • Health plan quality analysts.
  • CMOs, clinicians and care teams.
  • CIOs and other health IT specialists.
  • Hospital and health system directors.

Beginners and experts in quality will find sessions to meet their needs.

Who’s Speaking?

More than 25 faculty—experts from industry, academia, standards bodies, nonprofits and more—will share insights as presenters. Notable examples include:

  • Aneesh Chopra, CEO of CareJourney and former U.S. Chief Technology Officer, an outspoken FHIR and interoperability advocate.
  • Mark A. Clements, professor of pediatrics and pediatric endocrinologist at Children’s Mercy Kansas City, an expert on how big and small data can improve type 1 diabetes care.
  • John Gorman, founder and chairman of Nightingale Partners LLC, and previously assistant director of the Office of Managed Care (now the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid [CMS]), widely respected for his work on social determinants of health and interventions used by providers, health plans and local governments.
  • Ed Yurcisin, NCQA’s Chief Technology Officer, an experienced CXO and digital transformation leader.

Plan to Attend!

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 for the Health Innovation Summit.

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