Terry Sullivan has a varied background which is a unique combination of clinical, business, strategic, and technological expertise. Dr. Sullivan has served as the chief medical officer of COMS Interactive, vice president of Medical Affairs for Golden Living Centers, and regional vice president and chief medical officer at Humana Senior Products. Dr. Sullivan's primary focus with OnPointe is assisting with the growth and maturation of our care innovation effort.
The post-acute world is becoming fundamental to a hospital’s success in creating a patient-centered, longitudinal network of care. Like the rest of the industry, these organizations are under scrutiny to drive quality outcomes. And in a changing competitive landscape, skilled nursing facilities, home health, assisted living and long term care organizations are looking for ways to differentiate themselves, drive better care, and reduce the number of adverse events within their patient populations.
In this session, Terry Sullivan, MD, the chief medical officer for OnPointe, a large provider of post-acute care services, examines the roll that predictive and artificial intelligence driven solutions play in driving market differentiation and care quality for post-acute providers. Dr. Sullivan will examine the predictive use cases that best support quality goals and how AI applications can drive better investment and operational decisions to enable greater market share. We will also discuss the challenges with predictive analytic adoption within a market that is lagging in HIT adoption.
List the major changes that are impacting the post-acute provider segment including increased competition, mandates, payment models.
Discuss the key ways in which predictive analytics can drive value for post-acute providers in terms of competitive advantage.
Summarize the points along the post-acute care continuum where predictive analytics are most relevant and effective.
When it comes to be big data and analytics or just about any topic in healthcare, there’s no experience like first-hand experience.
The title of this session, the Big Data & Healthcare Analytics Genius Bar, is a takeoff on the name for the in-store tech support provided in retail Apple Stores.
Have you got a question about big data and analytics? This is the session to get it answered. It’s as simple as that. We’ll have two floor microphones and our expert panelists will take audience questions as they come, as well as from moderator Tom Sullivan, Healthcare It News editor-in-chief.
Think of this as a big brainstorming and networking session. Or experts will provide their best, unbiased advice, but we can also pull on the collective experience of the all attendees.