Driven by unsustainable costs and mediocre health outcomes, the nation is moving toward new payment models that create incentives for coordinated and efficient care. To provide the highest quality, most appropriate and value-driven care for patients, healthcare organizations must transform both organizationally and operationally. When financial, clinical, analytic, and operational leaders work in an aligned way, they can succeed in achieving the promise of population health management (PHM) - the quadruple aim: better outcomes, lower costs, improved patient experience, and improved clinician experience. .
Dr. Amy Flaster, an Internal Medicine physician, the Assistant Medical Director, Partners Center for Population Health, Partners Healthcare and the Vice President, Population Health Management and Care Management at Health Catalyst will share our PHM transformational framework to support your own thinking and planning on your transformational journey to PHM.
Dr. Flaster will also highlight the work of national leaders in various aspects of PHM, including:
We look forward to you joining us.
Amy Flaster joined Health Catalyst in August 2016 as the Vice President of Care Management Services. In this role, she is concurrently employed by Partners Healthcare as an Assistant Medical Director of Population Health Management. She continues to see patients as an internist at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston and is an Instructor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. Prior to joining Health Catalyst, Amy completed her residency in the Division of General Medicine and Primary Care program at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Amy has previously co-founded a healthcare IT startup (TrueNorth Healthcare) which operates in the end-of-life space, and has worked as an advisor to other startups through her work with the BWH iHub incubator. She has worked extensively on provider innovation and transformation through her work with the Brigham and Women’s Physicians Organization. Amy has earned a BA from Dartmouth College, an MD from Harvard Medical School and an MBA from Harvard Business School.