Data in Motion! Analytics Symposium

Milwaukee, WI US
October 29, 2019 to October 30, 2019

This CE activity will address how data is used to impact and improve care to a variety of patient populations. We have presentations that will show how improvement work impacted both inpatient and outpatient populations. Specific presentations focus on:

  • Patients with diabetic ketoacidosis.
  • NICU patients presenting with admission hypothermia.
  • Expansion of primary care to improve overall health outcomes
  • Improving outcomes for asthma patients.
  • Using data to understand the needs of patients with bronchiolitis and adjusting care to meet patient’s needs.
  • How the development of a partnership with American Family Children’s Hospital improved the care of children with special needs.

 

Target Audience

  • Physicians
  • Allied Health Care Professionals

Learning Objectives

After this conference the participants will be able to:

  • Describe how data and analytics can be used to inform improvement initiatives following a plan, do, study, act (PDSA) cycle.
  • Define how to synthesize data and apply statistical process methods to assist in understanding specific populations and how to best serve that population.
  • Recognize the methods that can be used with analytics to inspire, align and inform daily work to set realistic targets for growth and budgets.
  • Identify how using self-service tools allow operational leaders to better align resources to improve patient care outcomes.
  • Explore the basics of measurement, how to use measurement for improvement as well as using measurement for planning.
  • Analyze different types of measures and how to development measurement plans.
Additional information

CME Coordinator Contact Information

Name: 
Beth Berger
Phone Number: 
+1 (414) 266-2000
Course summary
Available credit: 
  • 9.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™
    AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™
  • 9.00 Hours of Participation
    Hours of Participation credit.
Course opens: 
09/16/2019
Course expires: 
11/29/2019
Event starts: 
10/29/2019 - 8:00am
Event ends: 
10/30/2019 - 6:00pm
Cost:
$0.00

Schedule – October 29th, 2019

Time

Session

8:00-8:45

Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:45-9:30

Keynote Speaker: Anne Milgram
(Former New Jersey attorney general, senior fellow at NYU School of Law)

9:30-10:00

Break

10:00-10:45

The Road to Establishing a Payment Model for Children
with Medical Complexity in Wisconsin or

Outcomes Journey for Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Program or

iNSIGHT Learning and Optimization Lab or

Educational Session: Measurement 101 (10:00am-11:30am)

10:45-11:00

Break

11:00-11:45

Advertising + Analytics: The Perfect Match or

Utilizing Placement Information to Identify At-Risk Youth or

iNSIGHT Learning and Optimization Lab or

Lunch

11:45-12:00

Break

12:00-12:45

Health Equity Evaluation of Developmental Screening
Implementation and Results in Primary Care or

Herma Heart Institute: The Surgical Market Landscape or

Lunch

12:45-1:00

Break

1:00-1:45

Educational Session: Measurement 101 (12:30-2:00) or

Integrating Data Across EHRs to Measure and Improve
Outcomes: it’s a Marathon Not a Sprint or

A Daily Dose of Data - Our Methods to Improve Accountability and Performance

1:45-2:00

Break

2:00-2:45

Avoidable Delays - Using Data to Help Decrease Length of Stay or

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin Foundation Meets iNSIGHT or

Evolution of a Guideline for High Flow Nasal Cannula use on an Acute Care Unit

2:45-3:00

Break

3:00-3:45

Supporting Families with Infants Through The Period of PURPLE
Crying Program or

Mental and Behavioral Health: A Data Informed Strategy or

Data Integrity – A Bird’s Eye Perspective or

Experience Data To Drive Improvement

3:45-4

Break

4:00-6:00

Reception

Schedule – October 30th, 2019

Time

Session

8:00-9:00

Continental Breakfast

9:00-9:45

Using Data to Improve Asthma Outcomes Across the Care Continuum or

Making CCHP’s Data Interoperable for Network Provider Value-Based Contracting Reimbursement Incentives or

iNSIGHT Learning and Optimization Lab or

Educational session: Measurement 101 (9:00-10:30)

9:45-10

Break

10:00-10:45

Baby It's Cold Outside: Quality Improvement Approach to Reducing NICU Admission Hypothermia or

How Data is Driving Our Journey to Value or

iNSIGHT Learning and Optimization Lab

10:45-11:00

Break

11:00-1:00

Lunch and Executive Panel

1:00-1:45

Reduction of Hypoglycemia with Standardized Diabetes Ketoacidosis Guidelines and Orders or

Social Determinants of Health Data in Action or

Measuring Growth in the Primary Care Setting

1:45-2:00

Break

2:00-2:45

Data Driven by Transparency or

Designing with Data or

Optimizing Workflows to Address Social Determinants of Health in Milwaukee or

The Journey to Becoming a Data-Driven Marketing Organization

2:45-3:00

Break

3:00-3:45

Applying Predictive Analytics to Improve Provider Staffing in the PICU or

Understanding Outcomes to Inform Medical Decision Making or

External Data Submission: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly or

Real-Time Electronic Registry Improves Care for Children with Sickle Cell Disease

3:45-4:00

Break

 

Harley-Davidson Museum
400 West Canal Stree
Milwaukee, WI 53201
United States
+1 (877) 436-8738

Activity Director: Abby Dexter

Planning Committee:

  • Chris Spahr, MD
  • Adam Cook
  • Catherine Burns
  • Madeline Winn
  • Beth Berger
  • Tricia Geraghty
  • Laura Orr

Speakers:

  • Anne Milgram (Former New Jersey attorney general, senior fellow at NYU School of Law)
  • Robert Rohloff, MD
  • Lisa Stribl, Early Childhood Development Manager
  • Amy Herbst, Vice President Behavioral and Mental Health
  • Debra Weiner, Senior Strategy Consultant
  • Kim Somers, PAC
  • Matt Scanlon, MD, CPPS
  • Robyn Woolever, Case Management Manager
  • Lyn Ranta, MD
  • Alicia Sprecher, MD
  • Jeff Stewart, Vice President and COO of Children's Hospital of Wisconsin Foundation
  • Dena McCormick, Director of Strategic Information and Research
  • Ginger Dzick, Program Manager, Child and Family Experience
  • Daniel Perschbacher, Vice President, CannonDesign
  • Carlos Artiles, Performance Improvement Specialist
  • Sandy Maher-Johnson, Performance Improvement Specialist
  • Sam Green, Project Director
  • Kim Zimmanck, MS, RN, PCNS-BC
  • Brittany Player, DO
  • Robert Rohloff, MD
  • John Meurer, MD
  • Korre Johnson, Advertising Strategy and Analytics Manager
  • Erin Oechsner, Advertising Strategy and Analytics Consultant
  • Barbara Cuene, CNS
  • Paula Roberts, Community Health Director
  • Brooke Cheaton, Project Ujima Manager
  • Maria Beyer, Community Health Evaluation Project Manager
  • Tim Corden, MD;
  • Tera Bartelt MS, RN
  • Mogen Frenkel, medical student
  • Peter Wolfgram, MD
  • Kelly Lentini, Marketing Consultant
  • David Saudek, MD
  • Amy Schaal, Data Analyst
  • Heather Paradis, MD
  • Matt Gray, MD
  • Audrey Burghardt
  • Chris Spahr, MD
  • Bob Rohloff, MD
  • Mary Sisney; Vice President, Primary Care
  • Julie Swiderski; Director, Primary Care Business Services
  • Mary Kleman, MSE, Prevention Manager, Community Services
  • Molly Murphy Garwood, PhD, Quality Improvement and Clinical Consultant, Community Services
  • Lisa Jentsch MBA, RN, NEA-BC; Vice President, Patient Care and Service Line                                        
  • Erin Yale, MM, FACHE, Executive Director, Neurosciences and Imaging
  • Nicole Weyer, Child and Family Experience Analyst
  • Ginger Dzick, Program Manager, Child and Family Experience
  • Cinda Werner, MS, RN, Director Surgical Quality and Specialty Programs
  • Aaron Kinney, Executive Director, Herma Heart Institute
  • Tom Linder, Strategic Planning Analyst
  • Ashima Singh, PhD, MS
  • Julie A. Panepinto, MD, MSPH
  • Libby Foster, Out of Home Program Manager
  • Mike Boeder, Executive Director, Health Plan Operations, Children's Community Health Plan
  • Antonio Manuel, Data Analyst
  • Anne Milgram, Former New Jersey Attorney General, Senior Fellow at NYU School of Law
  • Kristyn Maletta, Senior Project Manager, Health Analytics

All persons in control of content have NO relevant financial relationships to disclose.

 

 

 

The Medical College of Wisconsin is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The Medical College of Wisconsin designates this live activity for a maximum of 9.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

The Medical College of Wisconsin designates this activity for up to 9.0 hours of participation for continuing education for allied health professionals.

Available Credit

  • 9.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™
    AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™
  • 9.00 Hours of Participation
    Hours of Participation credit.

Price

Cost:
$0.00
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