Today, population health solutions are defined as the health outcomes and indicators of a community. In reality, the full story can only be told if we include social influences, economic situations, physical environments, and mental behavioral outcomes. Gaining a more complete view of a population through a variety of non-traditional data sources will have a significant positive impact on the Triple Aim.
The Timmaron Group, using advanced health data analytics powered by HDMS, has developed a successful approach for bridging the gap between an environment of incomplete and disparate data to a transformative action playbook. The result is a 360-degree community view of members, providers, and populations that identifies opportunities to improve the quality of care, provider effectiveness, and overall lower health care costs.
Attendees will learn how the vision of a 360-degree community view can be developed and implemented based on lessons from real-life examples and use-cases including both financial and health outcome results.
Technology & Healthcare Operating Executive
Barbara’s career offers a unique blend of leadership, spanning executive positions in the Fortune 25 to mid- cap companies and startups. Her expertise is at the intersection of Healthcare and Technologies, with strategic involvement in healthcare transformation, coupled with strong operational skills in Medicare, Medicaid, MACRA and alternative payment programs.
Working at a national level, she has assisted commercial plans to public entities develop and operate state wide HIEs, ACO’s, Rural, Urban, and Ancillary solutions, which have resulted in significant return on investment for healthcare organizations in meeting their HEDIS, STAR and overall quality measurements.
Her firm is comprised of top operators who have served across the healthcare continuum from medical device and manufacturing design to complex total population healthcare networks and programs.
Barb has served, and is serving on multiple boards, as chairman, committee chair, and director positions, such as: American Multiplexer Corporation, Sum Total Systems, Altus 365, and the Bill Norris Foundation, a technology fund for emerging technologies. She has been a partner in the Sofia Fund, an early stage fund focused on women led technology companies, and is very involved in community organizations such as leading the Chief Executive Council Minnesota Emerging Software Advisory (MESA), Chief Executive Council, and is fellow certified as part of the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD). She serves on the non-profit boards of AidMatrix, SMILE Network, the Bakken Museum, and on Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota.
Barb graduated from University of Wisconsin with degrees in Computer Science and International Business.