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Planning for Phase 2 of COVID-19 Using Advanced Analytics

Tue, 6/2/2020 at 11:00 am - Tue, 6/2/2020 at 12:00 pm (PST)

How do we plan for new waves of COVID-19? What influences the risk of hospitalization? What is the impact of deferred care? And how can we handle the financial impact of the pandemic? One word can help us answer all of these questions: data. 

Investing in data and analytics can help you understand and prepare for the new needs, challenges and trends of our evolving health care landscape. Comagine Health’s advanced data analytics can help health care professionals — providers, payers and other stakeholders — see the broader impacts of COVID-19.

Join us for this timely webinar. Our VP of health care analytics and medical director of health care informatics will share guidance and examples of how to use data to respond to the pandemic, anticipate trends and prepare for the long term.

 

About the Presenters

Meredith Agen, MBA, VP of health care analytics, provides strategic direction and operations leadership for Comagine Health’s analytics services department. Ms. Agen has focused her career on leveraging data to improve health outcomes, reduce harm and lower costs in the U.S. health care system. With more than 15 years of experience leading a wide array of big data health care projects, she’s an expert at building the vision and plan for robust data pipelines.

Dr. Jeff Hummel is a general internist with 35 years of medical experience and advanced training in health services. He is currently Comagine Health’s medical director for health care informatics, a position in which he provides leadership for coaches working with practices engaged in practice transformation, population health consulting, clinical outcomes reporting, and integration of behavioral health and oral health into primary care settings. He is also the author of five white papers on the use of information technology in quality improvement, as well as “Oral Health: An Essential Component of Primary Care” and “Oral Health Integration Implementation Guide.”

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