The opportunity to manage your entire patient population becomes increasingly important as the business of healthcare evolves. After all, using knowledge based on data is essential to improve business processes. Understanding your population data gives your practice better ability to manage risks, control costs, and optimize revenue.
However, many medical practices still struggle to get care management off the ground. Is your organization challenged to put population health management principles into operation? Do you use multiple spreadsheets and disparate systems to implement and follow up on care management activities? Are you concerned about—now more than ever—the need to focus on measurable outcomes?
If you want the clinical and financial benefits of better care management processes, this webinar is for you.
Dr. Bolduc is a board-certified pediatrician and clinical informaticist. At NextGen Healthcare, she has leadership responsibility for the new care management module, which will soon be released and will integrate with NextGen Population Health. She is a clinical subject matter expert for population health and a physician champion on the corporate Diversity & Inclusion team.
Dr. Bolduc served in the Navy in Yokosuka, Japan and Bremerton, Washington, and practiced pediatric medicine for 10 years. During her time in private practice, she discovered the potential of health IT and the power of data.
Matthew Taylor leads product development for NextGen Population Health. Previously, Matthew was an executive leader for data and technology groups for provider organizations and health plans.
Matthew has more than 16 years of experience in the business of healthcare, including strategic planning, process improvement, and data science & analytics. He now uses this experience to guide NextGen Healthcare’s vision of becoming the preferred solutions provider and trusted advisor for medical practices that take on risk.
Medical practice owners, executives, physicians and other healthcare providers, clinicians, practice administrators, care managers, office managers