Delivering Continuous, Innovative Practice Performance Feedback

  • Posted by Kate McGinley
  • On January 14, 2020
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In this fourth post in our tutorial series on creating advanced analytic feedback loops for interventional cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, and electrophysiologists, we detail how to deliver continuous, innovative performance feedback. This is the final feedback loop step after tracking and managing performance, and acquiring the data you need to answer questions generated in earlier steps. […]
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Creating Enhanced Physician Feedback Loops in Interventional Cardiology

  • Posted by Kate McGinley
  • On January 8, 2020
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All across the country, this common situation plays out for interventional cardiologists: You’re a practicing physician who works hard to constantly deliver the best care possible for your patients. Every day, you want to do everything you can to give your patients the care they need for their conditions.  Often, you walk a fine line […]
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  • Posted by Kate McGinley
  • On January 7, 2020
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Going from Good to Great Performance Requires Much More Than Just Registry Data & Analytics This week, we wrap up our series of posts on leading high-performance cardiovascular care delivery. Digital transformation—the use of digital technology to solve business problems–is taking the healthcare industry by storm.  With the market for digital health tools expected to […]
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High Performance Cardiovascular Care Delivery: 3 Steps

  • Posted by Kate McGinley
  • On December 30, 2019
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Going from Good to Great Performance Requires Much More Than Just Registry Data & Analytics Digital transformation—the use of digital technology to solve business problems–is taking the healthcare industry by storm.  With the market for digital health tools expected to grow to $536 billion by 2025, clinical teams are working to bring data-driven insights to […]
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Three Steps to Leading High-Performance Cardiovascular Care Delivery

  • Posted by Kate McGinley
  • On December 27, 2019
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Going from Good to Great Performance Requires Much More Than Just Registry Data & Analytics Digital transformation—the use of digital technology to solve business problems–is taking the healthcare industry by storm.  With the market for digital health tools expected to grow to $536 billion by 2025, clinical teams are working to bring data-driven insights to […]
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Developing a 360-Degree Performance Orientation in Cardiovascular Care Delivery

  • Posted by Kate McGinley
  • On December 24, 2019
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Traditionally, performance improvement in interventional cardiology, cardiac surgery, heart valve transplantation, and electrophysiology programs used the following approach: Research clinical literatureDefine measures and cohortsIdentify and aggregate dataBuild one or two new measuresUncover drivers of performanceEngage groups and baseline performanceDefine the reporting agendaTrack, manage, and refine measures With the current financial realities facing Heart & Vascular […]
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A Shared Decision Framework for Heart Institute Performance Delivery

  • Posted by Kate McGinley
  • On December 19, 2019
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Succeeding in a value-based environment requires delivering the triple aim: Providing better care for patients,Improving health across populations,Reducing care costs As cardiovascular professionals consider how best to ensure consistent delivery of care, it emerges that success starts with engaged clinicians and a solid performance management program.  The complexity of cardiovascular care delivery at scale, and […]
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A Novel Approach to Cardiovascular Care Delivery Improvement

  • Posted by Kate McGinley
  • On December 18, 2019
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A Novel Approach to Cardiovascular Care Delivery Improvement Traditionally, performance improvement in interventional cardiology, cardiac surgery, heart valve transplantation, and electrophysiology programs used the following approach: Research clinical literatureDefine measures and cohortsIdentify and aggregate dataBuild one or two new measuresUncover drivers of performanceEngage groups and baseline performanceDefine the reporting agendaTrack, manage, and refine measures With […]
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Speaking Up About Performance: How #Cardiovascular Physicians Can Lead the #Healthcare Industry

  • Posted by Kate McGinley
  • On December 13, 2019
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With so many measures and dashboards focused on compliance measures such as MIPS, HEDIS, and the like, an abundance of process-oriented data exists in Heart Institutes across the United States.  Oftentimes, non-clinical stakeholders assume that this process-oriented data is sufficient to uncover the clinical performance and cost savings opportunities that exist within their organization—it highlights […]
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Aligning Physicians & Administrators Around Cardiovascular Care Variation Initiatives: A New Approach

  • Posted by Kate McGinley
  • On December 12, 2019
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Reducing, or even eliminating, cardiovascular care variation is the subject of a number of journal articles, consulting engagements, and digital health value propositions.  Time, money, and considerable amounts of effort have poured into the promise of “less variation”.  However, most of us who have worked directly with patients know that at some point during the […]
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