Tressa Springmann is vice president and chief information officer for Lifebridge Health. LifeBridge Health consists of Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Northwest Hospital, Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital, Courtland Gardens Nursing & Rehabilitation Center and their subsidiaries and affiliated units, including LifeBridge Health & Fitness and the LifeBridge Medical Care Centers in Eldersburg, Mays Chapel and Reisterstown Maryland.
She is also currently an adjunct professor at Mount St Mary’s University teaching Healthcare Information Technology as part of their Masters in Healthcare Administration (MHA) program.
Prior to joining LifeBridge Health, Tressa Springmann served as vice president and chief information officer (CIO) for Greater Baltimore Medical Center (GBMC) of Towson, Md., which includes a 300 bed acute hospital, an employed and community physician organization (GBMA and GBHA) and Gilchrist Hospice Care. She was with GBMC since 1999. Ms. Springmann has also held information technology positions at Integrated Health Services (IHS), Georgetown University Hospital, Dimensions Healthcare System, CMC Occupational Health, Pharmacia Diagnostics, Electronic Data Systems (EDS) and The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
She is the Past President of Maryland HIMSS (MDHIMSS), is a certified professional in Health Information Systems Management (CPHIMSS) and has attained her certification as a Healthcare CIO. (CHCIO).
She holds her Masters from The Johns Hopkins University and her BA in Biology from St. Mary’s College of Maryland.
She is a former member of the board of MDHIMSS and the American Red Cross Disaster Relief.
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.
- 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.