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Top 10 ‘Must Haves’ for Payer Account Reporting

  • June 13, 2018
  • 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET
  • Online
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Understand from an industry veteran the fundamental components needed in an analytics platform to deliver comprehensive account reporting to drive actionable improvements in cost and quality.

The webinar will provide the audience with lessons learned and insights on what the Top 10 ‘must haves’ are for payer account reporting.

Attendees will learn the Top 10 ‘must haves’ for payer account reporting, including:

  1. On-line portal and standard templates/dashboards that can be modified easily
  2. Model to understand what’s driving overall trends – utilization, price, high cost claimants
  3. Ability to link claims to biometric and other non-claims data
  4. Risk (morbidity) adjustments.
  5. Compelling data visualization and geo-spatial mapping
  6. Predictive (‘what if’) modeling and geo-spatial mapping.
  7. Detailed insight in specialty pharmacy – the fastest growing component of trend.
  8. Low value care indicators to understand the value behind “value-based care.”
  9. Care management data and ROI metrics
  10. Airtight security and data integrity processes.

Speaker


Marilyn Schlein Kramer, Senior Vice President of Customer Experience, HDMS.

Prior to joining HDMS, Marilyn was Deputy Executive Director of the Massachusetts Center for Information and Analysis where she was responsible for the use of the Massachusetts All Payer Claims Database by state agencies and academic researchers. Earlier in her career, she served as CEO/President of DxCG (now Verscend). She helped transform DxCG from an academic consulting firm to a leading health care analytics firm serving more than 250 health plan, provider and employer customers. Marilyn also served as Chair of the National Association of Health Data Organizations (NAHDO) and was founding Executive Director of the Partnership for Healthcare Excellence.

Marilyn received her MBA from the Booth School of Business of the University of Chicago and her BA magna cum laude in Economics from Harvard University where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.