POP HEALTH FORUM: A HIMSS EVENT
Chicago, IL - October 2 - 3, 2017
Dr. Mishra is a Director in the OCIO at Northwell Health (formerly North ShoreLIJ). She is the Service Line Leader for Population Health and Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) department and provides operational oversight to the various Population Health Management/ Clinical Integration initiatives.
She has over 15 years of experience in the healthcare industry with special focus on population health management, physician group practice management, operations improvement, and strategic data mining. She has extensive experience in driving projects related to comprehensive care management implementations, medical management strategies, Patient Centered Medical Home accreditation, Accountable Care Organization, shared savings strategies, physician compensation restructuring, operations improvement, cost reduction initiatives, and building reporting infrastructures and executive dashboards.
She has a Ph.D. in Medical Informatics from Pune University and a Masters in Healthcare Administration from Johns Hopkins University and ASCI, India. She is a Certified Project Manager (PMP) and is accredited by NCQA as a Facilitator for Patient Centric Medical Home projects. She is also certified in NextGen EMR and Practice Management Systems. She is a noted speaker and has authored several articles that have been published in various prominent journals such as HFMA, MGMA etc.
At her previous job, she was serving as the Chief Managed Care Officer for Queens Long Island Medical Group in New York under a practice management contract with Navigant. In this capacity she oversaw the Comprehensive Care Management initiatives including Patient Centered Medical Home roll-out and sustainability and population management programs. She was also responsible for driving the value based incentive programs and was in charge of the Business Intelligence department and the Revenue Integrity Unity.
In 2010, Northwell Health, a 21-hospital health system in the New York metropolitan area, understood the importance of having the right foundation for its IT infrastructure. The organizations started building enterprise HIE, DWH, and care tools. By 2017, it had most of the tools needed and shifted gears into scalable utilization and adjustment.
As Northwell transitions from reactive care to proactive care, it uses its vision of 2020 to identify essential technological enablers and set execution tactics accordingly. Today, these enablers include improved analytics capabilities, incorporating and disseminating an integrated care plan, deploying a longitudinal and holistic single patient record and online communication tools to foster patient self-management and clinical decision support for the population it serves.