Unlocking Performance Value in Care at Home: Strategic Use of Analytics
May 4 @ 11:50 am – 12:50 pm
Value-based care at home is accelerating as home health, hospice, and personal care providers support higher patient acuity and complex needs within an increasingly value-based market. For providers to improve their competitive status, they need to achieve the best outcomes at the lowest cost. Access to the correct data is critical in driving top performance status. The strategic use of analytics within your clinical modeling and business development builds positive positioning within a value-based healthcare environment. This discussion will dig into the power of predictive and performance analytics within home health, hospice, and personal care, focusing on crucial data levers to improve performance and accelerate growth.
Cindy Campbell is a nationally recognized management consultant to the healthcare continuum at home. Cindy holds a Master of Health Administration with a specialty in healthcare informatics and a Bachelor of Science in nursing. She brings over 25 years of experience working across the continuum of healthcare at home in advancing levels of leadership and eighteen years with Fazzi Associates, now proud to be a member of the WellSky family of companies
Yancey Bond, is the Director of Solutions Management, WellSky. Yancey and her team have worked with providers across the country to develop and refine predictive and performance analytics – evolving practice in advancing value-based reimbursement models and clinical care delivery in care at home. Ms. Bond has supported multiple provider case studies in hospitalization reduction, utilizing predictive analytics and proving principles while helping providers manage increasing risk.
Katherine Morrison is the Director of Hospice Consulting Operations for WellSky, and holds a Master of Science in Nursing with a major in Nursing Informatics and a focus on Homeland Security. She has served in advancing levels of hospice leadership within large, multi-site health systems both in the Midwest and on the eastern seaboard.