As the VP of Solutions and Services for the CCI, Supra oversees operations and leads product management and business development efforts. Previously, he served as the Deputy Director for Operations and Information Management and as the Chief Information Officer at South Carolina’s Department of Health and Human Services. Here, he was responsible for eligibility, enrollment and member services; operations and provider relations; project management; human resources and information technology. Supra has been active in efforts to transform Medicaid policies and has participated in national forums focused on health policy, health system transformation, payment reform efforts, uses of information technology in population health, and organizational effectiveness. With a background that includes executive positions focused on enterprise software development across a variety of industries, Supra brings significant experience to CCI and applies his knowledge of process improvement and software development to drive innovations that enable health delivery systems to focus on population health and develop their health informatics capacity. Supra holds bachelor’s and master's degrees in engineering from the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Driving population health initiatives requires easy, direct, and timely access to disparate data sources, including clinical quality, administrative claims, financial outcomes, and consumer/patient experience. The growth of diverse clinically integrated networks (CINs/ACOs) compound the challenges in effectively making use of data sources and analytics. By developing interactive dashboards that are updated as data becomes available, users are able to quickly visualize novel and meaningful data portrayals.
- Identify areas of focus for evaluating performance while considering claims and patient acuity.
- Raise awareness of data visualization solutions.
- Understand the potential of near interactive solutions allowing leaders to use governed analytics.
You've successfully identified at-risk populations and coordinated care, but how do you engage patients to follow through and take the next step in their healthcare journeys? In this session, our expert panelists discuss what's worked for them to do just that. They'll share best practices, lessons learned, and take questions from the audience, giving attendees great takeaways to help boost their own patient engagement success.