March 5, 2018
Venetian-Palazzo-Sands Expo Center
Las Vegas, NV
We look forward to connecting with you at HIMSS18 in Las Vegas this coming March, where we’ll be at booth #4221. We’re excited about some great events, and we hope to see you!
Arcadia customer LaRon Rowe, director of information management at Accountable Health Partners (AHP) in Rochester, NY will speak at the HIMSS Cloud Computing Forum on Monday, March 5th. AHP is an accountable care network that includes a large urban academic medical center and 48 independent community primary care practices. Their 2000 providers care for over a million patients in the Rochester region.
LaRon will explain how AHP decided to invest in cloud-based analytics to enable their diverse network to get insight into clinical quality measures, cost utilization, risk scores, and clinical gaps. This cloud-based infrastructure allowed AHP to rapidly collaborate with health plans and take on risk-based contracts and pay-for-performance quality programs. (HIMSS Cloud Computing Forum at Wynn Las Vegas, March 5th)
Also on Monday, March 5th:
Arcadia customer Steward Health Care Network will present a HIMSS general education session, “Closing the Gap: Risk Insights at the Point of Care“. Heather Trafton, PA-C, MBA,vice president of operations, and Catherine Turbett, director of practice performance improvement, will explain how they are pushing HCC coding gaps directly to the EHR for provider review. This is the latest phase of a successful risk program at their accountable care organization, which cares for over 2 million patients with 3,500 physicians, 18 hospital campuses, and 25 affiliated urgent care provider locations. (March 6th, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM, Galileo 901)
Newly added! Our customer Greater Oregon Behavioral Health, Inc. (GOBHI) does important work on caring for the whole person under value based contracting. Medical director Christine Seals, MD and our guest Marc Lassaux, chief technical officer for Quality Health Network will participate in a discussion and Q&A with Arcadia chief medical officer Rich Parker, MD about all things related to getting and – more importantly – making use of behavioral health and social determinant of health data. Please join us for “What’s New at the Intersection of Tech, Behavioral Health and Social Information Exchange.” (March 6th, 4:00 PM – 4:30 PM, Booth #4221)
Highlights for Tuesday, March 6th:
We host a breakfast briefing on Wednesday, March 7th, where Arcadia principal data scientist and product manager Michael Simon, PhD will explain the data quality issues that can impact value based care performance and how to address them. In “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Claims Data Quality and ACO Performance“, Michael will share how to identify and address major data quality issues currently plaguing plan data from sources ranging from commercial plans to Federal and state agencies. (March 7th, 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM, Room 201)
Arcadia advisor and renowned health IT thought leader John Halamka, MD, MS will answer your digital health questions in a Q&A at the Arcadia booth on Wednesday, March 7th. (March 7th, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM, Arcadia Booth #4221)
Highlights for Wednesday, March 7th:
Payment reform drove a radical change in the way Arcadia customer Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic delivers care. YVFWC is the largest community-based health center in the Pacific Northwest, with 34 clinics in Washington and Oregon serving 139,369 patients. Chief executive officer Carlos Olivares and clinic director Michelle Lehr O’Connell, MPA will present a HIMSS general education session talk, “Radical Care Transformation with Social Determinant Data“ on Thursday, March 8th. The YVFWC team will explain their pragmatic approach to capturing and analyzing social determinant of health data to address the true drivers of clinical outcomes for a challenging population while achieving profitability goals under their Medicaid contract. (March 8th, 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM, Palazzo L)
Highlights for Thursday, March 8th:
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