Health care industry changes mean there’s always something new to learn

#5in5_Blog_BannerThere are only so many hours in the day and your current deadlines and duties likely take up most of them.

But if you don’t take time to make plans to adjust to the changing health care industry, you could be left behind.

You can learn to set your optimal pace for change and determine the best ways to meet the needs of your unique physicians, staffs and patients by understanding which issues will directly affect you.

We invite you to join this important conversation by subscribing to the #5in5 series.

Each week experts from Optum and leading health care organizations answer five questions in five minutes on data and analytics, population health management, financial services and more.

You’ll find insights on what’s working for other health groups including successes achieved and lessons learned. You’ll explore the impact of analytics on readmission rates, chronic disease management, practice acquisitions, care coordination and revenue cycles.

The #5in5 series is also your gateway to additional information on these issues. You can follow links from each episode to further explore topics through white papers, infographics, videos, webinars and more.

Click the links below to sample the content.

Click here to sign up to receive new episodes weekly.

About the Author:

LH_low-resLeslie Cozatt currently serves as Director of Marketing, Optum Provider – Thought Leadership and Content Strategy.

She directs the development of content that spotlights the role of data analytics in healthcare – specifically the transition to value-based care, risk management and population health management. She brings to her role more than 20 years of experience developing B2B and B2C integrated marketing campaigns for companies including ThreeWire, Eliance and 3M. Leslie attended the University of Minnesota and graduated from Wellington College with a BS in International Business & Communication.

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