Webinar: Data is Sexy! The Hidden Insights Data and Analytics Can Provide Your Management Team

by | May 9, 2019

Tom Mann – Principal & Chief Marketing Innovation Officer at Love & Company
Mario McKenzie, CPA – Principal, Healthcare at CliftonLarsenAllen
Charles Roberson – Regional Sales Manager at MatrixCare

Presentation Date:
May 9, 2019, 12:00pm-1:30pm EDT

Session Description:
During this webinar, you’ll learn the practical use of “big data” to drive better-informed management and operational decision making (including where to find free data analysis tools). LTPAC, like the rest of healthcare, is changing to value-based care. More than ever the future is about managing quality and outcomes. As a result, the challenges that need to be address span a wide swath of issues. How do you monitor and trend key metrics = QM, Five Star ratings, readmissions? Why do you need access to clinical, financial, and operational data in near real-time? Readmission rates, competition, increasing costs and diminishing margins all demand greater performance excellence. Today’s analytics help C-Suite and operational leaders focus on important business trends over time and support their macro decision making. During this webinar, you’ll also learn how to use data to increase your marketing team’s ROI!

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