3 Key Benefits to Prudent Sharing of Physician Performance Data

There are three key benefits to prudent sharing of performance data among physicians, notes Cynthia Kilroy, senior vice president of provider strategy and business development at Optum, who suggests a four-step systematic approach for data dissemination that moves companies away from simply creating “metrics in a box.” Besides the electronic health record, she recommends three other data sources to mine for provider performance metrics.

Cynthia Kilroy explored the key structure, issues and challenges in these evolving reimbursement models during a January 29, 2014 webinar, Accountable Care Reimbursement Models: Moving from Productivity to Population-Based Incentives, a 45-minute program sponsored by The Healthcare Intelligence Network.


Length: 6:04 minutes

Managing Risk in Population Health Management

Adventist Health’s successful use of incentives to engage employees in population health sets a high bar for the program’s imminent rollout to patients at Adventist-owned White Memorial Medical Center, notes Elizabeth Miller, Adventist’s vice president of care management. In this interview, Ms. Miller describes the program’s target population as well as the incentive that engaged 95 percent of its employees in health management.

Elizabeth Miller shared the key features of the population health management program at White Memorial, the program’s impact on Adventist’s 27,000 employees and program rollout to its patient population during a January 22, 2014 webinar, Managing Risk in Population Health Management, a 45-minute program sponsored by The Healthcare Intelligence Network.


Length: 3:27 minutes