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Improve Total Health with Social Needs & Personal Health Data

  • August 20, 2019
  • 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM ET
  • Online
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Just as people cannot be summed up by one condition, they also can’t be summed up by one data point. Health care is transitioning to manage the whole person rather than a single disease state – meaning a single social determinant or health measure is not enough. How are organizations unifying these data to inform better individual interventions and improve analysis of population risk?

Speakers will discuss how marrying social determinants of health data and patient-generated health data can provide deeper insights into individual or population health.

Attendees will learn:

  • Why integrating data from outside the clinical setting is critical to inform better care
  • How to integrate SDOH data and PGHD effectively within clinical systems or care management workflows
  • The ways in which these data can lead to better interventions, more effective population health initiatives, and more meaningful care delivery to improve outcomes and decrease costs

Speakers


Sagran Moodley
Senior Vice President, Clinical Data Services Management, Clinical Services
UnitedHealthcare

Sagran Moodley is senior vice president of Clinical Data Services Management for UnitedHealthcare’s Clinical Services organization. In this role, he is responsible for clinical data acquisition for all members across UnitedHealthcare’s Medicare, Medicaid and Commercial lines of business.

Sagran has more than 20 years of experience leading transformative health care IT and business initiatives in both the public and private sectors. He has held multiple senior leadership roles in the private sector, including positions across UnitedHealthcare, Optum and Coventry. In the public sector, he has worked closely with state governments to lead adoption of the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act and many other large-scale IT implementations at the state level. Notably, Sagran led the technology implementation that drove the turnaround of the Massachusetts Affordable Health Care (ACA) Exchange.

Sagran is active in industry-wide data standardization efforts. He represents UnitedHealth Group as co-founder and chair of Da Vinci, a private-sector led initiative to accelerate interoperability in support of value based care. He also serves as co-chair of Document Rules Lookup Services, a Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) funded Medicare Fee-for-Service (FFS) prior authorization initiative for durable medical equipment. In addition, Sagran is an advisory council member to Health Level Seven International (HL7), a standards development organization, and holds a role on the non-profit eHealthInitiative Leadership Council focused on transforming healthcare delivery through IT.

 


Drew Schiller
CEO
Validic

Drew Schiller co-founded and serves as the Chief Executive Officer and Board Director at Validic, the digital health platform for connecting patient-generated data from in-home medical devices, health apps, and wearables to the healthcare system. A patented technologist, Drew believes that technology will humanize the healthcare experience for patients and care providers. He regularly speaks and writes on a variety of topics, including advancements in consumer health data and standards, the future of digital health technology, overcoming barriers to interoperability and data access, as well as the ROI and opportunities in remote monitoring.

Drew is a Board Member of the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) Health & Fitness Technology Division and a member of the CTA Board of Industry Leaders. Drew also contributes to advancing the industry through CTA policy efforts and his involvement with the CTA Health & Fitness Technology Standards Subdivision. Drew serves on the Board for the eHealth Initiative (eHI) and participates in the eHI Policy Steering Committee. Drew is also on the Board of the Council for Entrepreneurial Development (CED) in North Carolina. He served as a Team Member for the Clinical Trials Transformation Institute (CTTI) project Advancing the Use of Mobile Technologies for Data Capture & Improved Clinical Trials. Drew previously served on the Federal Advisory Committee joint HITPC/HITSC API Task Force on Meaningful Use 3.