Leveraging Data to Build a Successful Risk-based Strategy
With the onset of accountable care and payment reform, healthcare organizations now depend on cross-continuum analytics to expose greater opportunities for streamlined, optimized care. One of the first steps to laying the foundation of cross-continuum analytics is identifying your populations and stratifying risk.
Our webinar, Leveraging Data to Build a Successful Risk-based Strategy, was delivered live on Tuesday June 30th , giving keen insight into the use of credible performance analysis to help drive physician engagement across the enterprise. Attendees learned best practices for empowering physician leaders to drive change in behavior for improved clinical, financial and value-based outcomes.
Our presenters were Dr. Michael Udwin, executive director of Physician Engagement, and Jeb Dunkelberger, executive director of Corporate Partnerships.
Key takeaways from the webinar
- Considerations based on the varying types of risk you face today (e.g., financial, physician, population, IT/analytics)
- Industry trends and how others across the country are taking on risk
- Best practices to laying the foundation for and building a successful risk-based strategy
Your success today depends in part on a strong partnership between health system leaders and the physicians who care for the populations you serve.
As an ACHE Member, you can also earn 1 Contact Hour for attending this webinar.
About Dr. Michael Udwin
Michael is Executive Director of Physician Engagement services and a member of the McKesson Business Advisor team. With 20+ years experience as a results-oriented physician leader, he leverages both healthcare analytics and IT resources to achieve enterprise-wide performance improvement goals. Specializing in physician alignment, Michael recognizes the unique role providers play in the sustained consistent delivery of best practices on behalf of hospitals, systems and communities.
With evolving reimbursement models, Michael employs innovative risk-stratification approaches to strategically transform care across the continuum. He is a thought leader contributing to novel research, publications and presentations relevant to all segments of the healthcare industry. In addition, he serves as Assistant Professor providing maternity care in a large academic center.
About Jeb Dunkelberger, MSc
Jeb joined McKesson in July 2014 and acts as Executive Director of Corporate Partnerships for the Business Performance Services division, with his core focus in Accountable Care Services. In this role Jeb integrates a plethora of healthcare stakeholders in revolutionary care delivery models designed for the evolving complexities of today’s healthcare sector. Prior to this role, Jeb served as Director of Physician Engagement for Accountable Care Services, where he was responsible for physician recruitment, alignment and engagement as well as managerial oversight within multiple healthcare delivery models.
Prior to joining McKesson Jeb was a Senior Consultant At Ernst & Young, where he concentrated in Healthcare Performance Improvement and was co-leader of the ACO services division. Jeb is a graduate of London School of Economics earning a MSc in Health Policy, Planning, & Financing, a graduate of Cornell University earning a Masters Certificate in Healthcare Facilities Design & Leadership, and a graduate of Virginia Tech where he obtained a BSc in Nutrition & Exercise Science.