Leading approaches for population health provide a conceptual framework to help understand why some people are healthier than others and how to structure interventions for individuals and groups. How can providers and payors accelerate their population health transformation when facing increasing costs, an overburdened workforce, and the imperative for more equitable care?
Join the featured speakers as they discuss how one hospital system took a project designed to address pandemic surge response and turned it into a platform for addressing significant health inequities.
In this webinar, attendees will learn how to leverage their current healthcare infrastructure- people, data, and technology to improve population health, advance value-based care, and accelerate progress on health equity.
Dr. Abdul Shaikh, Global Leader for Population Health, Amazon Web Services
Dr. Abdul Shaikh has over 20 years of experience assisting healthcare providers, payors, researchers, governments and nonprofits accelerate digitization and use of data for more equitable, efficient and person-centered care. Prior to AWS, Abdul was the Population Health Leader for PwC, leading strategy, design and organization transformation, and served as a Program Director at the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and ONC. In this latter role, his service was recognized by the HHS Office of the Secretary for leading the first COMPETES Act innovation prize competitions. Trained in behavioral informatics and health services research at the University of Michigan, Abdul completed his master’s in health science at the University of Toronto and Cancer Prevention Fellowship at NCI.
Dr. Michael Cui, MD, MS, Program Director, Clinical Informatics Fellowship, Assistant Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, Physician Informaticist, Rush University Medical Center
Dr. Michael Cui is a practicing primary care doctor and physician informaticist. He completed his medical school, internal medicine residency and clinical informatics fellowship from the University of Chicago. He believes that better workflows and technology implementation can help healthcare systems achieve the triple aim of improving healthcare quality, improving healthcare experience and decreasing healthcare costs. He is passionate about patient engagement, digital health and entrepreneurship.
Examples of Cui’s work include creating standardized breast cancer screening/diagnostic pathway in conjunction with radiology, developing the workflow for a virtual scribe program at Rush, improving health maintenance outreach for patients, capturing more hierarchical coding categories in patients who are part of our value-based care programs and piloting a remote patient monitoring program. Additionally, Cui is leading a collaboration between the American Medical Association and Rush and coordinating multiple other Rush initiatives to help improve blood pressure control in patients with hypertension and is part of the West Side United Hypertension Workgroup.
Who Should Attend?
- Data Engineers
- Data Stewards
- Data Scientists
- Bioinformatics Scientists
- Research Scientists
- R&D Directors/VPs
- IT Directors/VPs
Plus, anyone leading data strategy in a life sciences organization.
What You Will Learn
Attendees will learn:
- How one hospital system was able to use a project designed for hospital efficiency during the COVID-19 pandemic as their launch pad for addressing health inequities in their patient community
- Strategies for engaging providers and patients to enhance tools and technologies for clinical and community intervention
- Actionable steps to enhance risk surveillance, analytics, and intervention for improving individual and population health
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