“Quality Matters: The New Data Dilemma” Free Dinner CME Program on September 24
“Quality Matters: The New Data Dilemma” is a free dinner CME program event that will be presented on Monday, September 24, from 6:00-8:30 p.m. by the Missouri State Medical Association in partnership with the KAMMCO Network. SLMMS will be the host of this event scheduled at the Missouri Athletic Club-West, 1777 Des Peres Road. All St. Louis area physicians are invited to participate.
Physicians, practice managers, quality champions and other medical professionals need to effectively use clinical data in order to transition into the new era of data driven healthcare. When Medicare’s payment programs reward quality over quantity, it’s clear the road to success relies upon confidence in high quality, accurate data, secured in a trusted health information exchange that delivers clear analysis of patients’ and populations’ health care trends. Physicians must identify and treat at-risk populations, proactively engage patients sooner, understand the performance of health interventions on health outcomes and reduce cost.
This presentation is designed to provide physicians, clinicians, office managers, risk managers and other health care professionals with the knowledge to drive quality improvement and transform health care through the application of meaningful data analytics for quality reporting, population health management, risk management and clinical effectiveness.
Program presented by Laura McCrary, Ed.D, Senior Vice President, KAMMCO, and Executive Director, Kansas Health Information Network, Inc. (KHIN).
This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. This event is free of charge for physicians.
6:00 p.m. – Reception
6:30 p.m. – Dinner Buffet
7:00 to 8:30 p.m. – CME Program