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Strategies for Successful Clinical Data Integration

  • July 23, 2019
  • 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET
  • online
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More than half of health insurance provider CIOs surveyed by Gartner identified clinical data integration (CDI) as a top-five investment priority for their organization. However, many of these organizations lack access to clinical data, as well as the people, process, and technology to manage complex clinical data.

With hundreds of electronic health record and practice management systems in use today, and huge variety in how clinicians document patient care, we are faced with an epidemic of “clinical data disorder.” This makes it difficult to get value from clinical data for HEDIS reporting and other business critical uses. In this session, experts in clinical informatics and health information exchange will share proven strategies that health plans can use to overcome these challenges. The speakers will highlight approaches from partnering with HIEs to using standard-based data integration and normalization tools in-house.

Attendees will learn:

  • Unique data challenges in managing clinical data
  • The prerequisites for good Payer-Data Source partnerships
  • The advantages of NCQA certified technology and standard supplemental data
  • High-level data architecture considerations

Speakers


Adam Rossbach
Chief Technical Strategist
Ohio Health Information Partnership/CliniSync HIE

Adam Rossbach is the Chief Technical Strategist for the Ohio Health Information Partnership/CliniSync Health Information Exchange. Previously, he was the original grant writer to develop health information technology in Ohio; was IT Manager for the Ohio Health Information Partnership start-up; and as HIE Coordinator, he co-developed the plan for statewide data exchange.


John D’Amore
President & Chief Strategy Officer
Diameter Health

John D’Amore is President and Chief Strategy Officer for Diameter Health. He is Editor of the Consolidated Clinical Document Architecture (C-CDA) standard, and has extensive experience in the use of clinical data to improve care quality and efficiency. He has served as adjunct faculty at Boston University Metropolitan College and worked previously with Allscripts and the Memorial Hermann Health System.