Successful population health efforts begin with effective use of data analytics and development of specific tactics for improving outcomes for patients. As practices identify trends across patient populations, they can integrate appropriate care coordination measures. We will discuss examples of aligning population health strategy with a quality operations team, identifying care gaps, using claims data and optimizing dashboards, weekly summary reports, real-time reporting and registries. 

Topics of discussion may include: 

  • How to identify a methodology for maximizing data analytics for patient populations
  • Summarizing data points for strategically improved care coordination outcomes for patients
  • Ways to maximize patient engagement through a patient portal and other technology

Featured Speaker

Todd Crosslin

Head of Healthcare & Life Sciences Strategy

As a former Snowflake customer, Todd has firsthand knowledge of the benefits of Snowflake’s cloud-built architecture in a healthcare environment. As Head of Healthcare and Life Sciences Strategy at Snowflake, Todd has over 30 years of experience in healthcare from provider roles in pharmacy and hospital environments to leading and serving software development teams.

Julia D. Andrieni, M.D. 

Vice President of Population Health and Primary Care
Houston Methodist

Julia D. Andrieni, M.D. joined Houston Methodist in 2013 in the role of Vice President of Population Health and Primary Care. Dr. Andrieni is responsible for implementing Houston Methodist’s strategy in new value based care models. In addition, Dr. Andrieni is responsible for developing the independent physician alignment model (HMPAQ) which has grown from 20 primary care physicians in 2013 to 111 primary care physicians and 305 specialists in 2018. In Houston Methodist Primary Care Group (HMPCG), her work focused on the interface of operations and quality. She is an Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College, a board certified Internist and member of AOA. 

Andrew Renda, M.D.

Associate Vice President, Bold Goal, Office of Health Affairs and Advocacy

Dr. Andrew Renda is Humana’s Associate Vice President of Bold Goal (Population Health). His work includes leading strategy, pilots, metrics, research, knowledge management tools and communications related to making progress towards Humana’s Bold Goal of improving community health by 20% by 2020.  He is a published author and speaker in the fields of population health, social determinants of health and chronic disease. Dr. Renda has a B.S. in psychology and biology from the University of Kentucky where he was a National Science Foundation Undergraduate Fellow. 


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