2018 international conference san antonio
Session 5 – Steve Sutch & David Bodycombe – Two Longitudinal Approaches with ACG System v12: History of EDCs and Using Registry Data
Two longitudinal approaches with ACG System v12: History of EDCs and using registry data (v12 update)
Stephen Sutch, DR.P.H.
Johns Hopkins HealthCare Solutions
Dr. Stephen Sutch has a special interest in Patient Classification and Population Health analytics. He began working in the English NHS in 1987 in London as an Operational Research consultant. In 1991 in NHS Wales he managed the investigation of casemix and moved in 1994 to the national casemix office in England, managing the Statistics department, and from 2004 to 2006 was responsible for the design of casemix groupings for hospital reimbursement. In 2006 he set up an international consultancy specialising in casemix and health classification. Working in the USA from 2009-2016, Steve is now living in The Netherlands, with research interests in Care Management in Primary Care and the measurement of multimorbidity. Continuing work with the team at Johns Hopkins University (USA) on the Adjusted Clinical Groups (ACG) System, he has managed projects in a number of countries and is currently the Director of Product Development.
David Bodycombe, SC.D.
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Dr. Bodycombe directs research for the ACG System. Dr. Bodycombe’s primary research interests are in clinical performance measurement and assessment, disease patterns and the implications of co-morbidity for care management, changes in the morbidity profile over time, and integrating pharmacy data into population health management. Prior to coming to the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Dr. Bodycombe was the Vice President of Analytics at Premier Inc. and helped formulate what later became the CMS Premier Performance Improvement Demonstration Project. Before that, he directed research and analytics at the American College of Cardiology where he helped found the ACC National Cardiovascular Data Registry which remains the leading registry of cardiovascular procedures in the world. Dr. Bodycombe holds a Masters of Science in Biostatistics from Georgetown University (1977) and a Doctor of Science in Health Policy and Management from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (1993).
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