Taking a Data-Driven Approach to Chronic Condition Management: OSF OnCall's Advanced Care Program

Thursday, April 20 at 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM CT
West Building, Level 4 | W471 B

The key to a successful population health management program lies in data. In order to move the needle on clinical outcomes and cost of care, data and clinical teams must partner to identify the highest risk patients, develop targeted care plans, and efficiently allocate resources. OSF's OnCall Advanced Care Program embodies this purpose-driven approach. With data as the cornerstone, OSF has formed a multi-disciplinary team dedicated to providing in-home treatment for patients with complex conditions such as hypertension, CHF, COPD, and asthma. Discover how OSF leverages data to optimize program design and operations, resulting in maximum impact on clinical outcomes and cost control.

Key discussion areas will include:
• Using data analytics to identify consumers with high-risk conditions
• Facilitating smooth data interoperability across systems
• Designing data-driven clinical protocols and interventions using real-time RPM data
• Measuring care program ROI and success.

Lunch and refreshments will be served.


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    Beth Wharton, MSN, RN, NEA-BC
    Manager, Virtual Care Operations
    OSF OnCall
    Tracey Baker
    Director of Clinical Operations and Implementation
    Current Health

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