Inaccurate provider data lowers physician and patient satisfaction while impacting a broad group of stakeholders across healthcare organizations. Some of the related challenges include: revenue cycle delays; poor care coordination; duplicate provider records; manual processes to support payer reporting requirements; inadequate customer experience; and being unable to keep provider credentialing, enrollment, clinical, billing, and marketing in synch.
Attend this webinar to learn how Omni-HealthData Provider Master Edition overcomes the provider data issues that have long challenged healthcare organizations.
This webinar will cover:
- The organizational impact of inaccurate provider data
- The challenge of combining multiple data sources for accurate provider data
- A practical case study from St. Luke’s University Health Network (SLUHN), on how they created a single version of provider data from 17 sources
- A demonstration of how accurate provider data can be leveraged in reports and geospatial analysis
- How cloud-based Omni-HealthData Provider Master Edition accurately harnesses data and provides a rapid ROI
Jeremy Kahle has a diverse work history that includes being a paramedic and a police officer. He has worked for St. Luke’s University Health Network for the past 19 years, accompanying the organization's expansion from three hospitals in Pennsylvania to a seven-hospital network in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Jeremy’s primary focus is market intelligence and business development, and he currently serves as the manager of Analytics and Business Intelligence.
Shawn has spent his career in leadership positions for organizations such as UT Southwestern Medical Center and Baylor Health System. He brings 20 years of experience, and a wealth of analytics, governance, and EHR knowledge, to Information Builders' healthcare team.
Bill has over 20 years of experience in software sales and marketing including having previously helped found Logi Analytics. Working for 15 years in the data and analytics space, he is responsible for leading sales, partner, and marketing strategy for the healthcare team. Bill holds a BS in Marketing from the University of Baltimore and an MS in Marketing from Johns Hopkins University.