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Population Health Management at Stony Brook Medicine

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has triggered unprecedented and far reaching reform across the US Healthcare system including business models, processes and care delivery. New York’s healthcare delivery has been re-structured in large part from the $6.4 billion dollar program that aims to reduce avoidable hospital use by 25% over 5 years by re-investing in Medicaid. Its success is measured by the quality of care delivery and patient outcomes.

So when Stony Brook Medicine went looking for a clinical analytics solution, they had an important set of requirements. Those requirements included finding a solution that could snap-in to existing data sources, was easy to deploy and maintain, and respected existing security and data governance protocols.

In this one hour webinar learn how Stony Brook Medicine is leveraging big data and self-service analytics to lead the way with path breaking innovation in population health management.

During this webinar, you’ll learn how Stony Brook Medicine is:

  • Improving the quality of care while reducing costs
  • Creating a fully integrated reporting platform that gives staff real-time access to monitor and quickly address patient needs
  • Bettering the care of those with chronic and costly diseases, delivering preventative care and mitigating the risk of a larger outbreak

Learn more about our Driving Innovation in Population Health Management webinar series.

About the speaker


Charles Boicey

Enterprise Analytics Architect, Stony Brook Medicine

Charles is responsible for the development and implementation of enterprise analytics solutions and Stony Brook Medicine’s population management ecosystem. He is the enterprise analytics architect for Stony Brook Medicine, an academic research institution and medical center located on Long Island, N.Y.

Charles has 22 years of experience in the healthcare field. His scope of expertise encompasses trauma, critical care nursing, designing technology-enabled processes, and ensuring the use of standardized data elements in clinical systems to meet clinical and research analytics requirements. His most recent work includes the development of Saritor, a healthcare centric “Big Data” ecosystem designed to advance clinical and research practice.

Charles is a registered nurse, certified in nursing informatics, PMP, CPHIMS. He received his Master’s Degree in technology management from Stevens Institute of Technology. Charles is the vice president of the American Nursing Informatics Association and an active member of AMIA, HIMSS, IEEE, and PMI.

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