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Connecting Communities for Better Health PHDSC / eHealth Initiative Annual Conference. May 26, 2005 Washington DC. The Population Health Perspective Track 3 Financing Lawrence P Hanrahan, PhD MS Chief Epidemiologist Bureau of Health Information and Policy

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connecting communities for better health phdsc ehealth initiative annual conference
Connecting Communities for Better Health PHDSC / eHealth Initiative Annual Conference

May 26, 2005 Washington DC

The Population Health Perspective

Track 3 Financing

Lawrence P Hanrahan, PhD MS

Chief Epidemiologist

Bureau of Health Information and Policy

Wisconsin Division of Public Health

Adjunct Associate Professor

Department of Population Health Sciences

University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

PHDSC Board Member

population health agenda
Population Health - Agenda
  • Definitions – Public Health, Population Health, Business Intelligence
  • Developing sustainable models for health information exchange - Population Health is Business Intelligence (BI) of Health System – The Key Value Proposition
  • Navigating emerging pay for performance initiatives – Population Health Domain is the Metric
  • Individual physician HIT financing strategies – ROI / Optimization Analyses; RHIO Service Providers
population health
Population Health
  • "Population Health" may be defined as 'the health of a population as measured by health status indicators and as influenced by social, economic and physical environments, personal health practices, and individual health capacity and coping skills, human biology, early childhood development and health services.' (Young 2000).
public health
Public Health
  • The science and art of promoting health, preventing disease and prolonging life through organized efforts of society
  • For Example, it is the science and practice of protecting and improving the health of a community, through preventive medicine, health education, control of communicable diseases, application of sanitary measures, and monitoring of environmental hazards
business intelligence
Business Intelligence
  • Business Intelligence Information Technology is the tools and systems that integrate large, disparate data bases and information systems to support organizational decision making and strategic planning. It is how industry determines evidence based practices through data derived customer profiling, customer support, market research, market segmentation, product profitability, statistical analysis, and inventory and distribution analysis to name a few.
population health public health business intelligence
Population Health + Public Health = Business Intelligence

Population Health – Aggregate Health Information / Informatics Science / Modeling Cause & Effect

Public Health – Acting on Findings – Informed Policy

Business Intelligence: Enterprise Information Integration – Statistical and Modeling Sciences - to Drive Decision Making

Population Health Domain Function in RHIOs

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Population Health + Public Health = Business Intelligence

Business Intelligence – or Data Analysis & Aggregation on the Population Domain – to Develop Evidence Based Practices

Informs Entire Medical Informatics Spectrum (Cellular, Imaging, Clinical)

Essential to Achieve ROI, Reduce Medical Errors, Improve Efficiency, Quality, Optimize business processes for all stakeholders

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Business Value

Intelligence

Business Intelligence

Population Health Informatics

Health Enterprise Expertise

Optimization

Predictive Modeling

What’s the best that can happen?

Forecasting

What will happen next?

Reporting / OLAP

Data Management

How much and where?

Data Access

How many, how often?

What happened?

pay for performance
Pay for Performance
  • Population Health Domain is the Metric
  • Business intelligence provides modeling / relative rate ratios (relative performance)
  • Uniform system to drive optimization and continuous improvement
individual physician hit financing strategies
Individual physician HIT financing strategies
  • Build it and they will come
  • ROI / Optimization Analyses;
  • Data shows improved efficiency; increased throughput & revenues; reduced payment times & lost payments.
  • HIT Maturity – Risk Reduction
  • Application Service Providers (WWW RHIO Data Exchange Function?)
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Connecting Communities for Better Health PHDSC / eHealth Initiative Annual Conference

May 26, 2005 Washington DC

Questions?

Lawrence P Hanrahan, PhD MS

Chief Epidemiologist

Wisconsin Division of Public Health

hanralp@dhfs.state.wi.us

608-267-7173