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UCSF Informatics Day 2014 - Sam Hawgood, "Informatics at UCSF"

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  • As hospitals and health care systems shift from the volume-based first curve to the value-based second curve, they must transform their business and health care delivery models to balance quality, cost, patient preferences and health status to achieve real value and outcomes.

    The Velocity of Change different dimensions of the future move at different rates
    if something is going to be a big deal in the future it has to start sometime
    Short half life
    Budget cuts, cost shifting (sharing), closed networks, mergers and acquisitions, contractual integration, labor and benefit costs
    Medium half life
    Coverage expansion, meaningful use, value-based purchasing
    Long half life
    Reimbursement reform, cultural transformation, medical education reform




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  • 1. Second curve First curve Natural trajectory Time Performance Ian Morrison “You must ride the first curve- a company’s traditional business carried out in a familiar corporate climate-to the all-important second curve. The second curve is the future-the new technologies, new consumers, and new markets that companies must command to survive and thrive.” The Second Curve planning for an uncertain future Disruption
  • 2. 2 Bay Area partnerships a Bio Silicon Collabatory UC Health UC Rex UC Share Opportunities
  • 3. UC HEALTH • 5 Academic Medical Centers • 3000 beds • 2,400 average daily census • 4,000,000 outpatient visits • 8,000 physicians • Operating budget approx. $7.5M • 16 professional schools • 14,000 health-related students