Five Ways Data Improves Patient Outcomes

  • September 17, 2020
  • 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM ET
  • Online

Many health care organizations struggle to provide the right data at the right time to the people who need it. Having seamless data aggregation, enrichment, refinement and transparency is crucial to leveraging data to achieve improved patient outcomes. Plans need to utilize a single source of truth to manage patient risk, identify populations that needs interventions and measure cost and quality.

This webinar will discuss how having a flexible analytics platform ensures health plans and providers have actionable, relevant and accurate information available for sustainable outcomes. This single source of truth promises health plans have transparency along the health care continuum to drive value-based care incentives and improve patient outcomes.

Attendees will learn about:

  • Comprehensive measurement of disease progression
  • Identification of unnecessary and wasteful services
  • Understanding of continuity of care and specialist use
  • Tools for improving primary care coordination
  • Detection of gaps in care


Becky Pelov
Senior Consultant
3M Health Information System

Becky Pelov, a senior consultant with 3M Health Information Systems since 2015, has an array of experience in implementing services and solutions for payers in both the commercial and Medicaid sectors in response to the constantly evolving health care system. Becky’s knowledge clinical risk methodologies gives her a unique perspective on risk score optimization and she has provided several trainings on this topic. In addition to her Medicaid managed care experience, Becky has experience in leading the implementation and ongoing support of strategic initiatives, which has led to improved population health outcomes. She also supports all programs to ensure achievement and identity opportunities to meet shared goals.