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Michele Lueck's presentation to the 2011 Culture of Data conference Michele Lueck's presentation to the 2011 Culture of Data conference Presentation Transcript

  • Using Data and Technology to Improve Colorado’s Health: A perspective
    from CHI
    October 7, 2011
    Culture of Data
  • Today’s topics
    • A brief (re)introduction to CHI
    • Our large-scale investments in data and technology
    • What now? A comment on culture
  • A brief introduction
    CHI is a trusted and leading source of credible health information for Colorado leaders. Our insight is used to:
    • Inform policy
    • Contribute to effective implementation
    • Support state efforts to improve health
  • In other words…
  • Historically, a data house . . .
    Action 22 residents, age 0-64, by insurance status
  • Our focus today, telling the story…
    Percent of children who are eligible but not enrolled in Medicaid by county, 2009
    SOURCE: CHI analysis of 2009 American Community Survey
  • 7
    Our Large Scale Investments
  • Incenting new behaviors
  • (Potentially) transformative investments
    • Physical Infrastructure:
    • The ACA allocates $11 billion to FQHCs
    • Major initiatives in Colorado
    All Payer Claims Database
    Electronic Medical Records & HIT
    Health Insurance Exchange
  • Integration: Medical homes
    Reduce costs
    Improved care quality
    Reduced medical errors
    Higher patient satisfaction
    Fewer health disparities
  • The promise deferred
    • Medical homes require transformation
    • Workforce as members of “care teams”
    • Technology is not “plug and play”
    • Health care neighborhoods
    • Payment reform
  • What CHI is watching
    • The Colorado Multi-Payer, Multi-State Patient-centered Medical Home Pilot
    • ACCs and Medicaid
    • Political appetite to invest?
  • Incenting new behaviors
    CIVHC
    All Payer Claims Database
    Prometheus Payment Reform
    Health Insurance Exchange
    Individual Mandate
    Medical Homes
    ACOs
    ACCs and RCCOs
  • 14
    What Now? A Comment on Culture
  • Risks & rewards of a data-empowered culture
    http://nyr.kr/mWZCJE
  • Michele Lueck• 720.382.7073 • lueckm@coloradohealthinstitute.org