Providence St. Joseph Health: Driving value-based patient care, quality, and cost efficiencies

Providence St. Joseph Health, one of the largest healthcare systems in the US*, is constantly striving to deliver the highest quality of care to their patients at the lowest equitable cost.

In this one-hour webinar, Providence St. Joseph Health will showcase dashboards that allow them to quickly quantify, analyze, and correlate the cost of care against meaningful clinical outcomes across different providers. These interactive dashboards empower clinicians, nurses, and executives to proactively address and drive continuous improvement around variances in both outcomes and costs.

Learn how the designers of these dashboards partnered with clinicians across a 50 hospital system to build a visual analytics platform for driving value-based patient care, quality, and cost efficiencies.

*As of October 2018, Providence Health encompassed 51 hospitals, 829 clinics, 25,000 physicians and 121,000 caregivers across the United States.

About the speakers


Dr. Ari Robicsek

Chief Medical Analytics Officer, Providence St. Joseph Health

Dr. Ari Robicsek is Chief Medical Analytics Officer (CMAO) at Providence St. Joseph Health. His passion is the use of data science to improve care quality, efficiency and consistency. Initiatives he has led have included predictive modeling to target high risk patients, marketing analytics (e.g. A/B testing) to improve patient outreach and the development of a data architecture that allows large-scale measurement of healthcare value (i.e. outcomes and costs) in a manner that resonates with clinicians and allows optimal practices to be pinpointed. This last item is an area of particular focus at Providence St Joseph Health.

While at NorthShore University HealthSystem, his team’s work was key to a number of awards, including placing first in the 2013 Healthcare Informatics Innovator Awards, ranking in the 2014 Information Week Elite 100, being named to the 2016 CIO Magazine CIO 100, and becoming the first system in the US to earn ambulatory HIMSS Analytics Stage 7. In 2017 he was one of Health Data Management's Top 25 Physician IT leaders.

Dr. Robicsek trained in Medicine at the University of Toronto and in Infectious Diseases at Harvard Medical School.


Andy Dé

Senior Global Industry Director, Healthcare and Life Sciences, Tableau Software

Andy Dé is the senior global industry director for Healthcare and Life Sciences at Tableau Software. In this role, he leads the innovation, thought leadership, go-to-market, partner ecosystem and commercialization strategy, planning and execution for Tableau’s solutions targeted at healthcare providers, payers, pharmaceuticals, and medical devices. He has over 20 years of prior enterprise software innovation strategy, solutions portfolio management, and go-to-market strategy, planning and execution leadership experience at GE Healthcare, SAP Health-Sciences and i2.

Andy is passionate about healthcare innovation and authors the health sciences strategy blog and its companion Twitter feed (@HITstrategy) with a readership audience across 47 countries, which has been referenced by the Harvard Medical School, the Ohio State University (OSU), the Healthcare Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS), Partners Healthcare, and the Washington Post. He has been extensively quoted and published in leading Healthcare publications like Healthcare IT News, Health Data Management (HDM), Healthcare Informatics, Search Health IT, Fierce Healthcare, Modern Healthcare, Health Management Technology, and Hospitals and Healthcare Networks. Andy was recently recognized as ‘one of the Top 55 Healthcare IT experts and thought leaders on Twitter in 2016' by Health Data Management (HDM), and as one of the 2018 HIMSS Social Media Ambassadors by the Healthcare Information Management Systems Society (HiMSS). His professional profile can be accessed at www.andyde.com.

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