POP HEALTH FORUM: A HIMSS EVENT
Chicago, IL - October 2 - 3, 2017
Named as one of the Most Powerful Women in Healthcare IT by HealthData Management and featured on the January 2016 cover of their magazine as an "agent of change", Tina Esposito is the vice president of the Center for Health Information Services at Advocate Health Care. Tina has served in various Advocate system roles including director of the Center for Health Information Services beginning in 2008 and promoted to Vice President in 2012. Tina and her team are responsible for system measurement and analytics in support of improved patient outcomes and organizational performance. Tina also serves as the Advocate executive for strategic oversight of the Advocate Cerner Collaborative (ACC), which has leveraged Cerner and Advocate resources to jointly create a population health management platform for Advocate. This platform includes a big data strategy, advanced analytical models, and deployment of these models into clinical workflow.
Advocate Health Care is the largest health network in Illinois and one of the largest ACOs in the country.
From this vantage point, Vice President Tina Esposito, who oversees system measurement and analytics, knows well that the ability to bend the cost curve will occur only if the right resources are deployed to areas where most appropriate.
In this session, she’ll discuss a different approach to strategic resource allocation grounded in data and advanced analytics: Moving beyond a focus on the most expensive, complex patients at the top of the population pyramid to a broader focus that includes identifying and targeting patients before they reach the top of the pyramid.