HIMSS23 was nothing short of outstanding. I was thrilled to see the familiar faces of colleagues and clients, mingle with new acquaintances, and attend an abundance of inspiring presentations.
Over the course of the event, I also had the chance to personally discuss how innovations in data analytics are impacting staff culture, financial success, clinical metrics and leadership strategy with several healthcare experts and enthusiasts from across the industry, gaining valuable insights. Check out the interviews below!
Jennifer Hill, BSN, JD Assistant Director, Clinical Documentation, Inpatient Coding and HCC teams, Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU)
Jennifer thoughtfully explained how advancements in revenue integrity have impacted culture and revenue at OHSU, described the impact of analytics on physician education and behavior, and discussed how OHSU is using data to understand and optimize length of stay (LOS).
Soyal Momin SVP, Chief Analytics Officer, Presbyterian Healthcare Services
Riding the high of his standing-room-only presentation at HIMSS, Soyal excitedly shared more details about Presbyterian’s analytics journey with MedeAnalytics on Epic, the ‘why’ behind using RCM Analytics to enable their decision-making, and what’s coming next for this innovative organization.
David Schweppe, Chief Analytics Officer, MedeAnalytics
It’s an honor to get to work with and learn from David here at MedeAnalytics. In this interview, he leans on decades of experience across the healthcare spectrum to discuss the potential of predictive analytics, ethical considerations related to augmented analytics innovations (e.g., is ChatGPT reaching a tipping point in healthcare?), and other relevant industry topics.
Laura Calkins, VP, Revenue Cycle, Presbyterian Healthcare Services
Laura conveyed the challenges PHS was experiencing with limited analytics capabilities in Epic—and enthusiastically described how our solutions have filled critical gaps and positively influenced her ability to boldly lead and inspire her revenue cycle staff. RCM Analytics are delivering real-time insights that is empowering her employees, boosting morale while enabling a culture of self-service that is scalable.
Jay Olive, Director, Business Intelligence, Presbyterian Healthcare Services
From implementing physician scorecards to optimizing reporting, Jay dug deep into the way data analytics has dramatically transformed revenue cycle productivity, physician engagement, patient care, and financial stability at PHS.
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