Over the last year, we have noticed a very common trend. As organizations decide that they are ready to embark on a data-driven journey, they go through a rigorous process to select their technology and vendor(s) of choice, but then they often slow to a crawl when considering how to organizationally manage and handle the many changes that will be needed to succeed. A small sample of the many questions we hear are:
- Who will lead out on data-driven outcomes improvement?
- Where will this function be funded and led?
- Who owns the data?
- How do we identify opportunities and prioritize what we will do?
- How do we resolve discrepancies?
- How do we measure success?
So, this week we are featuring a webinar on Outcomes Improvement Governance, presented by our co-founder, Tom Burton and David Grauer, a former Intermountain Healthcare executive with years of executive governance experience. Plus, we’ve included three articles that we have written on ‘data’ governance, a sub-component of governance. If your organization faces any of these important issues, please join us for this informative webinar and its question and answer period.
Outcomes Improvement Governance: The Quest to Achieve More with Less
Tom D. Burton, Co-founder and Executive Vice President
David Grauer, Senior Vice President of Professional Services
November 22 | 2:30-3:30 PM EST
Improving outcomes in any healthcare organization is a complex and lengthy process. Good intentions and committed people are vital, yet something more is required. Improving outcomes requires good governance. This means the right leadership and management structures, clear and well-designed processes and an explicit strategy. When done successfully, well designed and executed governance optimally allocates scarce resources and significantly accelerates the breadth and depth of outcomes improvement.
In this session, Tom Burton, Co-founder and Executive Vice President, and David Grauer, Senior Vice President of Professional Services, Health Catalyst will share best-practice governance principles and steps that lead to improved outcomes.
Attendees will learn:
- How to engage the right people to govern outcomes improvement and analytics
- The importance of understanding improvement opportunities and the associated resources and analytics required to achieve them
- How to align incentives and balance organizational polarities
- How to optimally allocate scarce resources to the highest-yield improvement initiatives
We look forward to you joining us. Click here to register.
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