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Analytic Accelerators: Increase Your Speed to Insights

  • November 17, 2021
  • 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM ET
  • Online
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Health insurance providers are under pressure to improve population health, performance ratings and their bottom line. The ability to apply predictive, targeted and actionable analytics is critical to achieving these goals.

In this webinar, we will share an overview of clinical analytic accelerators and advanced analytic models, and will provide strategies for leveraging these models to accelerate the speed to insights. You will hear specific use cases showing how one health insurance provider has successfully deployed targeted analytics to achieve improved business outcomes.

Attendees will learn:

  • The strategic benefits of utilizing analytic accelerators for clinical credibility, improved efficiency and accelerated project timelines
  • Specific use cases to show how one health insurance provider successfully deployed advanced analytics to accelerate insights for their customers
  • Strategies for deploying advanced, near real time, predictive models to help support improved outcomes and cost saving opportunities

Speakers


Zainab Savliwala
Senior Analytic Advisor
IBM Watson Health

As an analytic subject matter expert for IBM Watson Health™ solutions for the payer market, Zainab Savliwala specializes in reporting and strategy, with a focus on Flexible Analytics. In her role as a Senior Analytic Advisor, she identifies, coordinates and executes analysis on healthcare costs, utilization and quality to help drive business decisions. She also works directly with clients on solution delivery and implementation. Zainab has worked in the healthcare industry with a focus on payers for more than eleven years.


Marc Roberts
Vice President, Healthcare Economics
Blue Cross of Idaho

Marc joined Blue Cross of Idaho in 2015 as a Supervisor of Actuarial Services and has risen through the healthcare analytics division over the past 6 years to become Vice President of Healthcare Economics. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Actuarial Science from Brigham Young University and is a CERA-certified Fellow of the Society of Actuaries (FSA).