Healthcare Analytics - The Next Five Years - Stratasan - J Tod Fetherling

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J. Tod Fetherling
Stratasan
Chairman/Founder
Healthcare Analytics - The Next Five Years
2013 BISummit May 2nd Nashville TN

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Healthcare Analytics - The Next Five Years - Stratasan - J Tod Fetherling

  1. 1. J. Tod FetherlingStratasanChairman/FounderHealthcare Analytics - The Next Five Years
  2. 2. More, Better, Faster…Five Years…
  3. 3. Let’s begin with the end in mind• Our view of the world will be radicallydifferent, more detailed, more clinical, moreoutcomes focused
  4. 4. Let’s begin with the end in mind• Our sense of privacy will lose out to our needfor genomics and individualized care plans
  5. 5. Let’s begin with the end in mind• Take whatever estimate of the size of data youthink it might be and multiply times 5 – Wewill still be way low.
  6. 6. Let’s begin with the end in mind• The C-Suite will finally have nirvana – a visualof “their world”, when they want it, and howthey want it
  7. 7. Let’s begin with the end in mind• Data Wants to Free• Long Live Todd Park
  8. 8. Let’s begin with the end in mind• Healthcare as we know it, will be different –Population Health Management will take over• We have to learn how to make money offwellness
  9. 9. Let’s begin with the end in mind• We suck at Clinical Analytics• We are getting better, quickly
  10. 10. Let’s begin with the end in mind• Big Data tools are changing rapidly and mostwill not come from Nashville• However, the healthcare knowledge on whatthis all means will come from Nashville
  11. 11. Story Telling is the New Must Have Skill!DataIntelligenceVisualStory
  12. 12. StrategyAnalyticsBusinessIntelligenceDataTransactionsToday – DIKW Pyramid
  13. 13. StrategyAnalyticsBusinessIntelligenceDataTransactionsIn Five YearsStrategyPredictive AnalyticsBusiness IntelligenceDataTransactions Clinical
  14. 14. BillionsHealth RecordsStatisticsInfographicsCloudCare ModelingCosts/ChargesQuality OutcomesFederalStateProprietary
  15. 15. So what could it look like in Five Years?
  16. 16. The Faces of HealthcareCHUJOHNSONDAVIS
  17. 17. Medicare Eligibles
  18. 18. Obesity
  19. 19. Diabetes Screenings
  20. 20. Business Overlays
  21. 21. Psychographic Profile
  22. 22. Lauren –• 32 years old• Works as a dental hygienist• Joined Weight Watchers after she had her secondchild• Husband fills up the DVR with every sporting eventthat airs• Cheers for her husband’s softball team on theweekend (he plays first-base)L9. Family Portrait12) Up & Coming Families19) Milk & Cookies21) Urban Village59) Southwest Families64) City Commons
  23. 23. The Faces of HealthcareCHU3-Connoisseurs, CardiologyJOHNSON12-Up & Coming Family, ERDAVIS2-Suburban Splendor, Ortho
  24. 24. Cool Stuff
  25. 25. The Importance of Place asNew Information Parameter
  26. 26. Shift in Who is Paying for What
  27. 27. Diseases are Growing, Declining, and Being EliminatedALL at the same time
  28. 28. What Needs to be Captured NOW!Hospitalizations - 40,692,505 (.13)Outpatient - 96,404,868 (.308)Emergency Dept - 136,176,760 (.4355)Physician Office Visits - 1,045,262,266 (3.343)
  29. 29. 19281/DoctorVisit5/HospitalStay
  30. 30. America by the NumbersPopulation - 308,745,538 - 2010Today - 315,612,599World - 7,076,626,863Households - 115,000,000 (2.69)Online HHs - 93,500,000Businesses - 12,188,266Employed - 135,670,196
  31. 31. Health Expenditure Projections0500100015002000250030003500400045005000National Health ExpendituresBillions
  32. 32. US Health ExpendituresHospital Care, 827.3Physician and Clinical Srvc,556.1Other Prof Services, 74.6Dental Services,111.8Other Personal HealthCare, 90.3Home Health Care, 82.8Nursing Home Care, 156.2Prescription Drugs, 274.5Other MedicalProducts, 70.9DME, 28.1Other Non-DME, 42.8Insurance, 189.5Public Health, 84.6Research, 54.2Structures, 1302011
  33. 33. US Healthcare Efficiency Index
  34. 34. The UninsuredNearly 50 Million Uninsured and Growing

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