About the Webinar

The COVID-19 pandemic drastically changed healthcare delivery and gave a new definition to the term “patient engagement.” A major objective of patient engagement is to enable patients to contribute to improving the quality of care and reducing the overall cost of care delivery. Healthcare leaders have deployed different strategies with mixed results. However, most of them agree that the key to improving patient engagement effectiveness is identifying high-risk patients and empowering them to manage their own health.

During this live interactive session, industry leaders will discuss strategies to activating high-risk populations with a modern data-driven approach.

You will learn

  • How can a unified healthcare data strategy help in driving better engagement?
  • How can better remote patient monitoring, population risk stratification, digital front door, and virtual care help build a personalized patient engagement strategy?
  • How can providers leverage data analytics to identify high-risk patients, tailor personalized outreach plans, and measure care programs’ outcomes?
  • How can advanced technologies such as Artificial Intelligence help in enhancing patients’ care experience?

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About the Webinar

The COVID-19 pandemic drastically changed healthcare delivery and gave a new definition to the term “patient engagement.” A major objective of patient engagement is to enable patients to contribute to improving the quality of care and reducing the overall cost of care delivery. Healthcare leaders have deployed different strategies with mixed results. However, most of them agree that the key to improving patient engagement effectiveness is identifying high-risk patients and empowering them to manage their own health.

During this live interactive session, industry leaders will discuss strategies to activating high-risk populations with a modern data-driven approach.

You will learn

  • How can a unified healthcare data strategy help in driving better engagement?
  • How can better remote patient monitoring, population risk stratification, digital front door, and virtual care help build a personalized patient engagement strategy?
  • How can providers leverage data analytics to identify high-risk patients, tailor personalized outreach plans, and measure care programs’ outcomes?
  • How can advanced technologies such as Artificial Intelligence help in enhancing patients’ care experience?

About the Presenters

Paul Grundy MD, MPH, FACOEM, FACPM
Paul Grundy MD, MPH, FACOEM, FACPM
Founder of PCPCC, Chief Transformation Officer at Innovaccer & “Godfather” of the PCMH movement

Dr. Grundy is the Chief Transformation Officer at Innovaccer. Affectionately known as the ‘Godfather’ of the Patient-Centered Medical Home model, he is the Founding President of the Primary Care Collaborative (PCC) and a member of the National Academy of Medicine. Prior to Innovaccer Dr Grundy enjoyed an esteemed career at IBM, as the Chief Medical Officer of the Healthcare Life Sciences division, and the Global Director of Healthcare Transformation. Previous to IBM he was the Minister Consular for the US Department of State. Dr. Grundy is a globally respected healthcare convener, storyteller, and visionary - a "Trusted Healer”. He holds numerous international honorary titles and awards, including an honorary lifetime member of the UK National Association of Primary Care, an Ambassador for Healthcare DENMARK, and the first international member of the Irish National Association of General Practice. He was the recipient of the NCQA National Quality Award in 2012, and recipient of the prestigious Barbara Starfield Primary Care Leadership Award in 2016.

David Nace MD
David Nace MD
Chief Medical Officer at Innovaccer, Former VP & CMO at Aetna, & Former VP at McKesson

Dr. David Nace is the Chief Medical Officer at Innovaccer where its category creating healthcare data activation platform is on a mission to organize healthcare information and make it accessible, useful, and actionable. Dr. Nace has over 25 years of executive management experience in large healthcare systems, payer health plans, and leading healthcare provider and health information technology organizations. With strong collaborative and cross-functional leadership skills, he previously served as SVP, CMO with United Health Group and VP, CMO with Aetna, and CMO at McKesson. Dr. Nace earned his medical degree from the University of Pittsburgh.

Blake Marggraff
Blake Marggraff
CEO and co-founder of CareSignal

Blake Marggraff is CEO and co-founder of CareSignal, a deviceless remote patient monitoring platform that reduces hospitalizations and improves care for patients with chronic conditions. CareSignal partners with health plans, self-funded employers, health systems, and physician groups across the US. Blake previously grew nationally recognized technology company Betabox Labs to cash flow positive while attending Washington University in St. Louis. Blake is the Intel ISEF winner of 2011, St. Louis 30 Under 30, and HIMSS19 Champions of Health for evidence in digital health.