This joint HIMSS Physician and Clinical & Business Intelligence Communities event explores the data and analytics abilities across population health performance metrics, and the disconnect to provider workflows and usability. While provider alignment and incentives remain misaligned, analytics can offer a window into practice- and provider-level information that can drive new value creation while improving quality. Dr. Andrew Snyder discusses common current metrics used to measure physician performance and propose alternative analytical solutions that better fit provider workflows.
- Discuss how providers are taking on risk and driving towards value
- Explore the physician’s role in population health
- Illustrate how analytics enables higher performing decision making in population health
- Analyze the multiple faces of utilization management for providers
Andrew Snyder, MD
Dr. Snyder received his undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan, with honors, in 1989. He then spent a post-graduate year at the University of Illinois studying Neuroimmunology. In 1990, Dr. Snyder entered the University of Connecticut Medical School, graduating with distinction in 1994. Dr. Snyder then pursued his training in Pediatrics at the Children’s Hospital, Denver, CO. After completion, he began his career as a faculty member at Hasbro Children’s Hospital, Brown Medical School in Providence, RI, and in 2002 became Director of the Ambulatory Clinics. In 2006, he became Vice Chairman for Administrative Affairs for the Department of Pediatrics.
Most recently, Dr. Snyder served as Chief Medical Officer for Evolent Health, driving value-based transformation nationally with Partners engaged through the Evolent Identifi platform and analytics engine combined with care management and physician engagement services. Now, Dr. Snyder serves as a private consultant helping Plans, medical groups, and networks drive towards value.