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Care Continuum Alliance Announces Winners of the 2012 Outstanding Leadership in Population Health Awards
Care Continuum Alliance | October 29, 2012
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Care Continuum Alliance (CCA) presented the 2012 Outstanding Leadership in Population Health Awards to eight researchers from Alere, Apixio, Krames StayWell, Oregon Health and Science University, Silverlink, Sun Health and U.S. Preventive Medicine for their contributions to the population health management industry.
The Care Continuum Alliance, the leading organization for the population health management industry, announced the awards at the closing plenary session of The Forum 12, the industry’s annual meeting. The association has presented its widely recognized industry awards since 1999. This year, along with its customary peer-reviewed process, CCA implemented a juried format in which panels of experts selected one presentation from each of five categories, and the posters exhibition.
“The work of the 2012 awardees truly showcases how far the population health management industry has come,” said Tracey Moorhead, CCA President and CEO. “The recognized research offers concrete proof of concept and value of population health management programs, innovations and initiatives.”
This award was presented to Apixio's CCA Forum 12 presentation:
Innovations in Care
Using Big Data Analytics to Optimize Clinical Care Pathways
This work discusses the role of “Big Data” analytics to unlock insights about actions for optimal care outcomes. This research identifies three key challenges in using patient clinical data for quality and outcomes improvement; showcases how Big Data analytics techniques are applied to effectively use multi-modal patient data; and reviews three care scenarios, including hospital admissions, that can be mapped and optimized using data-driven insights.
Darren M. Schulte, MD, MPP, Chief Medical Officer, Apixio
"Our Big Data platform and its associated analytics will help bring about insights and breakthroughs into care quality, costs, and utilization for organizations to effectively manage their patient populations,” said Dr. Darren M. Schulte, Chief Medical Officer of Apixio.
About the Care Continuum Alliance
The Care Continuum Alliance represents more than 200 organizations and individuals and aligns all stakeholders along the continuum of care toward improving the health of populations. Through advocacy, research and education, The Care Continuum Alliance advances population-based strategies to improve care quality and value and to reduce preventable costs and improve quality of life for individuals with and at risk of chronic conditions. Learn more at http://www.carecontinuumalliance.org.