Department of Health Care Finance presentation to focus on realizing the Triple Aim in managed care organizations through performance monitoring
EDISON, N.J., March 15, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — HealthEC, LLC, a 2019 Best in KLAS provider of population health management solutions, today announced that the firm’s client, Washington D.C.’s state Medicaid agency, the Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF), will be leading a presentation at the 2019 State Healthcare IT Connect Summit in Baltimore on March 20.
Entitled “Optimizing Outcomes Today and Tomorrow: Performance Monitoring of MCOs to Realize the Triple Aim,” the presentation will illustrate how data management systems can support MCO comparisons, value-based care and health outcomes.
Scheduled for Wednesday March 20 from 10:00-11:00 AM at the Hilton Baltimore Inner Harbor Hotel, the session will also highlight key measures that drive Triple Aim value in MCOs and include dashboard examples that detail how state healthcare agencies can analyze MCO performance.
Leading the presentation will be Kerda DeHaan, a management analyst at DHCF who currently serves as the administrator for DHCF’s health home program for individuals with multiple chronic conditions. HealthEC Executive Vice President Dr. Sanjay Seth and Juan Montañez, principal at Health Management Associates, are also scheduled to participate.
About the Department of Health Care Finance
DHCF is Washington D.C.’s state Medicaid agency. The agency’s mission is to improve health outcomes by providing access to comprehensive, cost-effective and quality healthcare services for residents of Washington D.C. In addition to Medicaid, DHCF also administers insurance programs for immigrant children, the State Child Health Insurance Program (S-CHIP or CHIP) and Medical Charities (a locally funded program).
HealthEC, LLC, is a 2019 Best in KLAS population health technology company on a mission to help its customers succeed with value-based care. HealthEC®, a single-platform solution, enables personalized healthcare by leveraging the power of connectivity and interoperability: connecting claims and clinical systems, enabling data-driven collaboration between payers and providers, and streamlining care coordination across the healthcare landscape. Organizations are empowered with comprehensive analytics and integrated, role-based tools that translate insights into strategies, address care gaps, and improve quality metrics. To learn more, visit us at Healthec.com, Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.