#HITsm Chat

Chat for June 26, 2015

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Moderated by Gus Gilbertson, MBA, BCS, BMath – Custom Analytics Analyst at LUMEDX Corporation

Topic: Healthcare Analytics – Revealing Opportunities for Improvement

Bio: Gus Gilbertson is a Custom Analytics Analyst at LUMEDX Corporation with 20+ years of experience working with finance, technology, and healthcare organizations to generate value from improved revenue, cost, quality, and efficiency. He now leads teams to help healthcare leaders efficiently generate insight from their data – and to make financial and clinical improvements. Follow him on Twitter @gusgilbertson.


#HITsm T1: What healthcare performance standards provide the best benchmarks for assessing success in healthcare?

#HITsm T2: What measures are driving healthcare strategy conversations beyond LOS, Readmissions, and Mortality?

#HITsm T3: How are healthcare providers using predictive analytics to improve their financial and clinical outcomes?

#HITsm T4: How do you measure the value of healthcare analytics? How can providers measure the success of their analytics initiatives?

#HITsm T5: What best practices in workflow management have you seen? How has analysis of workflow benefited providers the most?

#HITsm T6: What new uses of technology will change cost, consumer & provider landscape in healthcare over the next 5-10 years?


 For those not familiar with #HITsm TweetChats, #HITsm is an acronym for “healthcare IT social media” and we focus on current topics that are influencing healthcare technology, health IT, and the use of social media in healthcare.

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