- When considering cost optimization and service delivery efficiency, the business and IT often focus on population health outcomes, ignoring the holistic impact of the social conditions that are at the root cause.
- Public health and healthcare leadership require a methodological approach that helps CIOs and the organization’s leadership accelerate the strategy design process that aligns ‘upstream’ social conditions with ‘downstream’ outcomes.
- Using an industry-specific thought model has many benefits and is central to organizational priorities simultaneously focused on enabling and enhancing the triple aim toward value-based care delivery and cost optimization.
- It is critical to understanding, modeling, and communicating the operating environment and the direction of the organization, but more significantly, to enabling measurable top-line organizational outcomes and the unlocking of direct value.
Impact and Result
Main learning objectives:
- Develop awareness about the role of social determinants of health (SDOH) in value-based care delivery and how they are connected to "downstream" health outcomes.
- Learn four critical steps to connecting "upstream" SDOH conditions to "downstream" outcomes toward cost optimization and accountable care participation.
- Discover leading data sources and curated metrics that can be used in building prediction models for nowcasting, forecasting, and scenario modeling on beneficiary and overall population health.