Tag Archives: Kristin Landry

Podcast: Using predictive analytics to improve care quality

Being proactive about providing care for patients is an important strategy for quality improvement. Once a patient presents at the point of care, especially a high-risk patient, the time for prevention has passed. Reaching out to such patients before they feel like they need to go to the hospital is the key. In this edition […]
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Podcast: Create opportunities for actionable intelligence with patient registries

As the buzz around population health management increases, you’re going to hear more about registries. Registries are HIPAA-compliant lists of patients who share common attributes. When registries are used to focus on patients in need of targeted actions to prevent negative outcomes, registries can be the backbone of a good care management program. In this […]
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Podcast: Applying analytics to optimize care coordination programs

In the ever-evolving world of health care, clinical analytics are a key capability clinics and hospitals need to have as they shift from providing care to managing health. Analytics help provider organizations find opportunities among their attributed populations that are actionable, predictable and preventable. In this edition of the Health Care Dialogue podcast, Kristin Landry […]
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