United States

Building a Healthier Organization

Tuesday June 21, 2016 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT
From Healthcare & Life Sciences Institute

KPMG Healthcare & Life Sciences Institute


Event Overview:
How Clinically-led, Quality-Driven Efforts Lead to Better Clinical and Financial Performance

Event Overview

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As healthcare systems grapple with regulatory reforms, increased competition, and more complex patient demands – providers must adapt to this rapidly evolving environment while remaining financially viable. Complementing the perspectives of our previous webcasts on Healthcare Transformation and Population Health Management, this webcast will introduce solutions to help healthcare providers adapt to this dynamic environment through focusing on clinical processes and quality improvement, and effective use of data and analytics to measure and sustain results.

This webcast will focus on how clinically-led, quality-driven transformation can improve quality across the care continuum and can generate sustainable, long-term impact on both patient outcomes and financial performance.  In addition, we will explore how taking a patient-centered approach can help organizations improve the patient’s journey through the care delivery continuum. Further, we will discuss methods to identify areas to embed leading practices in care delivery, limit unnecessary care variation, and enable smooth transitions into community care. KPMG healthcare leaders Jonathan Baker BScN, RN, MBA, FACHE, Managing Director; Larry Burnett RN, MS, Principal; Catherine O’Leary, RN, CCDS, Managing Director; and West Johnson, Principal will draw on client experiences and lessons learned to address the challenges and solutions related to improving clinical quality, including:

  • Understanding the challenges and opportunities for clinically-led, quality-driven performance improvement to generate better patient and financial outcomes
  • Applying the levers for quality performance improvement
  • Discuss the clinically-led reduction of variation in care delivery
  • How data and analytics can empower and inform transformation
  • Steps for creating a sustainable, cross-continuum clinical performance improvement model
  • The linkages and integration of these efforts to care system transformation, population health management, and EHR optimization.