The State of Population Health Analytics – 2016 Study Results & Webinar

The State of Population Health Analytics – 2016 Study Results & Webinar


Since 2014, the Healthcare Center of Excellence (HCOE) has been tracking the healthcare industry’s progress towards population health analytics using their proprietary Healthcare Transformation Change Model. This model was developed in 2013 to help healthcare organizations understand the requirements to become a data-enabled healthcare organization. The concepts were based on a Gartner recognized CRM implementation model Professor Bennett previously co-developed. This model was considered one of the top three CRM implementation visions at the time and has become the basis for most successful CRM implementations today . Based on the model, the HCOE determined that in 2014, the industry was just past the “EHR Implementation” stage. In 2015, the dial moved a bit further as many organizations began achieving success with integrating data sources.

How is the healthcare industry progressing towards the implementation of population health analytics?

Learn the answer to this and many other questions during our webinar where we will discuss the results of the 2016 State of Population Health Analytics Study. We have been meeting with healthcare executives, talking to healthcare professionals at the several conferences we presented at and attended as well as the online survey we conducted during 2016. We are now ready to present the results in 2 limited-space sessions.

In the webinar, you will learn where the industry currently stands, what implications are for your healthcare organization and what can be done to maintain or improve your progress.

Two webinars will be offered. Please choose the session most convenient for you:

Space is limited, so register early. As an added bonus, we will be giving away signed copies of the book, Competing on Healthcare Analytics, to 2 participants in each webinar session.

Read the Becker’s Healthcare interview with Professor Bennett, “4 Tips for Hospitals Implementing Population Health Analytics” to get a sneak peek at some of the 2016 study’s insights.

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