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Population Health Management: Evolving Practices and Care Models

date_rangeDecember 20, 2016 | TIME: 13:00 to 13:30 EST
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About This Webinar

Population Health Management: Evolving Practices and Care Models
Population Health Management (PHM) is no longer just a hot discussion topic – it is now becoming real to healthcare providers. This presentation will build upon our six-part PHM framework to highlight recent work by leading organizations facing the challenges of IT-enabled PHM. In this session, we will:

  • Highlight examples for the major components of the PHM model

  • Introduce some innovative uses of telemedicine to serve PHM requirements

  • Offer a brief primer on IT support for bundled payments and their role in healthcare reform and cost reduction

About This Webinar

Population Health Management: Evolving Practices and Care Models
Population Health Management (PHM) is no longer just a hot discussion topic – it is now becoming real to healthcare providers. This presentation will build upon our six-part PHM framework to highlight recent work by leading organizations facing the challenges of IT-enabled PHM. In this session, we will:

  • Highlight examples for the major components of the PHM model

  • Introduce some innovative uses of telemedicine to serve PHM requirements

  • Offer a brief primer on IT support for bundled payments and their role in healthcare reform and cost reduction

About Our Speaker
Peter Kilbridge, MD

Senior Research Director, Advisory Board

Peter brings years of experience as a physician executive and informatics researcher to the Advisory Board. He is a nationally recognized expert in the use of information technology to improve patient safety, and has conducted and published AHRQ-funded research on computerized surveillance of populations for adverse events. His expertise also includes IT strategic planning, IT support for physician integration, patient safety strategies, and development of the Leapfrog Group's CPOE testing tool.

Before joining the Advisory Board, Peter worked as a consultant and research analyst at First Consulting Group. He subsequently served as an Associate CIO at Duke University Health System and as the Medical Director for Information Technology at the St. Louis Children's Hospital. He has extensive experience in clinical operations, clinical quality, and clinical process improvement. Most recently, Peter served as CMIO at NYU Medical Center.

Peter received his bachelor's degree at Harvard College and his MD from Case Western Reserve University. He completed residency and fellowships at Boston Children's Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital.