San Francisco, CA
May 15-16, 2017
Strategic Consultant
LifeBridge Health

Mary Jo Morrison is a principal with The Chartis Group and is the Analytics and Insights leader for the Informatics and Technology practice. She brings over 25 years of management consulting and healthcare executive experience to the firm. Ms. Morrison has advised integrated delivery systems, clinically integrated networks, payor organizations, hospitals and academic medical centers. She has led consulting engagements in advanced analytics strategic planning, enterprise data governance and business intelligence strategy, clinical service line and clinical integration network planning and implementation, operational improvement, strategic goal setting and incentive alignment and developing a data enabled culture to improve performance.

Ms. Morrison’s consulting experience includes strategic analytics, physician adoption, translation of strategy to action and performance improvement. She also led the Allina Performance Resources department, an internal support and consulting arm that supported Allina Health’s information, analytics, performance improvement, safety and quality agenda. Prior to that, she assisted in the development and led the comparative information and healthcare consulting practice for VHA Upper Midwest. She is LEAN certified, a graduate of the IHI Patient Safety Executive Development Program, and a graduate of the Intermountain Advanced Training Program.

Prior to joining The Chartis Group, Ms. Morrison was the CEO and co-founder of DTA Associates, a healthcare consulting company focused on value realization.

Ms. Morrison received her Master of Business Administration from the University of St. Thomas and her Bachelor of Arts in Medical Technology from the College of St. Scholastica.

May 15, 2017
12:00pm - 12:30pm
Grand Ballroom

Creating and deploying powerful information through technology and analytics is essential in the journey to value-based care. Yet, ensuring an organization has the right supporting tools, processes, technology, people, organizational structure, critical source systems and advanced analytics capabilities to support value-based care is no easy task; it also requires leadership adoption, readiness, accountability, incentive alignment, and a data-driven decision making culture.
This session will highlight one organization’s applied analytics journey as they developed a scalable, effective, and efficient analytics roadmap for a multi-hospital’s analytics programs, development of a data governance model and moving to value-based care. This will include experiences from the Medicare capitated model in the Maryland reimbursement market.
Key takeaways:

  • Describe key attributes of an applied analytics assessment framework to assess current-state & build an actionable roadmap.
  • Understand the importance of engaging leadership across strategy, PI & quality to advance analytics & meet reimbursement demands.
  • Apply the best practices, approaches & lessons learned to assess one’s own environment & build an analytics roadmap.

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