On-Demand Webinar

Kaiser Permanente: Improving diabetes care with data-informed insights

For Kaiser Permanente in Orange County, caring for diabetic patients is an absolute priority. The goal was to go from merely “good” to “great”. However, as with many health initiatives, it can come with its own unique set of challenges including poor transparency, lack of clarity into improvement metrics, and inefficient patient care processes. Although a top priority, Kaiser Permanente continued to experience many roadblocks that disrupted their ability to provide improved diabetic care over time.

That was 2016.

Fast forward to 2018 and the story at Kaiser Permanente Orange County has changed radically. By implementing self-service visual analytics for diabetes care management, Kaiser Permanente was able to provide unprecedented levels of data and performance transparency for the clinical team. Leadership, care management, and physicians now have access to actionable insights that gives them a clear understanding of their care gaps and ways to improve upon them. By reducing the guesswork and enabling insight-driven decisions, diabetic patients now enjoy a better quality of life and more time with their families and the activities they care most about.

In this webinar, you’ll learn how:

  • self-service data discovery and analytics can be leveraged to support care management processes for diabetic populations.
  • a data-informed approach drives measurable efficiencies, improved outcomes, and cost savings.
  • actionable insights for leadership, care managers, and physicians have enabled Kaiser Permanente to deliver a higher quality of care while reducing time spent hunting for data.
  • Kaiser Permanente Orange County achieved the highest rating in HEDIS NCQA’s glucose control rating.

About the speakers

Michael Shen

Senior Data Consultant, Kaiser Permanente Orange County

Andy Dé

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