Population Health Management & Public Health

Education
A new open source tool—Simulated Multivariate Adaptive Regression Technique (SMART) Scatter—enables public health staff to leverage local administrative data and open source data to more accurately develop population health models.
A novel approach to using population-level data to identify homelessness was our first step in eventually developing a multi-faceted indicator that is clinically meaningful.
Using a cross-continuum, big data platform (that includes claims and clinical EMR data) and predictive analytics, this session will outline successful efforts in targeting outpatient care management resources and interventions to patients at highest risk for unnecessary hospitalization.

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Speakers
MariaMichaelsPublic Health AdvisorCenters For Disease Control & Preventi
BrianJacobsVice President, Chief Medical Information Officer and Chief Information Officer Children’s National Health System
RichardBiehlMS-HSE Program DirectorUCF College of Engineering & Computer Science
MamtaGakharDirector, Healthcare IntegrationYMCA of the USA
VardaShalevDirector, Institute of Research and Innovation Maccabitech, Maccabi Health Services
SarikaAggarwalChief Medical OfficerBeth Israel Deaconess Care Organization