POP HEALTH FORUM: A HIMSS EVENT
Boston, MA - April 3 - 4, 2017
Lori Yackanicz, MBA, Administrator – Enterprise Analytics, Office of the CMIO, Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN), is a 20-plus year veteran in the healthcare IT field. She currently serves on the Board of DVHIMSS, where she sits on the Program Committee. She is also a member of the HIMSS Business Intelligence Committee.
At LVHN, Lori has implemented various initiatives, including Computer Physician Order Entry (CPOE), Medication Bar Code Administration, and Ambulatory EMR across 80-plus office practices. In the recent EPIC implementation at LVHN, Lori was in charge of the data conversion, interface and reporting areas. She currently heads a centralized data analytics department, which leads the organization in data governance and clinical informatics initiatives.
As healthcare organizations include population health management in the forefront of their strategic goals, they realize the value of data analytics in moving forward. Healthcare operates in a world where electronic data is widely available. The challenge now becomes how to best use this data to deliver the biggest benefit. A combination of population identification, risk stratification, and point of care intervention will bring the greatest results. During this presentation, attendees will learn how Lehigh Valley Health Network has addressed the challenges of integrating data analytics and accessibility into population health management.
One of the most valuable ways to learn is through interaction with your peers. Our “Speed Networking” session will provide an opportunity to meet speakers and attendees who have similar pop health challenges and discuss solutions to those potential obstacles. Mingle, share and learn in this unique, rapid fire and interactive environment.
If you missed a speaker during Monday’s concurrent afternoon sessions on data, care coordination, and patient engagement, here’s your chance to talk to that speaker.
Each speaker will be stationed at a table in the ballroom and attendees can circulate and speak one-on-one with individual speakers.
This is a great opportunity to gather information that addresses your organization’s specific pop health challenges.