Fall 2016 Newsletter ♦ HFMA x HIMSS Presents: Introducing Five Pillars of Population Health Management Approach

By Naoko Okumoto

Mark your calendars for an exciting and educational webinar on Population Management jointly sponsored by your NorCal HIMSS Chapter and the Healthcare Financial Management Association.

Date: Tuesday, September 27 from 12-1PM
Speaker: Nandini Rangaswamy, MBA, Co-Founder, Executive Vice President, Chief Strategy Officer, Chairman of the Board

Introducing the Five Pillars of Population Health Management Approach

Population Health Management (PHM) and value-based care initiatives continue to gain significant traction, but where will these methodologies lead, and how can organizations prepare for their continued evolution? Ms. Rangaswamy will review the five pillars of the Population Health Management approach and explain how it is designed to support your long-term value-based care success amid changing market conditions.

The five pillars of PHM that are essential to achieving these goals are:

  • Program Design and Governance
  • Data Integration and Aggregation
  • Actionable Intelligence
  • Holistic, Patient-Centered Care Management
  • Consumer Engagement

Attendees will learn:

  • Trends and dynamics in value-based care
  • Evolution of interoperability and analytics
  • Paradigm shift in care delivery/care coordination, as well as patient engagement
  • A new framework to reimagine Population Health Management for the new paradigm

About the Speaker: 

Nandini Rangaswamy co-founded ZeOmega in 2001, and currently oversees the company’s strategy, business development and client relations functions. Ms. Rangaswamy has leveraged her leadership and direction to help ZeOmega emerge as a leading provider of technology solutions for Population Health Management for healthcare organizations seeking to lower costs, increase care quality and improve the health of the populations they serve. Her strategic vision led to the creation of the five pillars of Population Health Management framework, recognized as one of the industry’s most comprehensive capabilities framework for organizations seeking to thrive in a world of value-based care.


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