2017 Puerto Rico Training

2017 Spring Training: Johns Hopkins ACG® System

The 2017 Johns Hopkins ACG System Spring Training Conference, was held at the Sheraton Puerto Rico Hotel and Casino in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

This training conference was a wonderful opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the methodologies used in the ACG System and how they apply to:

  • risk adjustment
  • care management
  • population health management

We thank you for attending and hope you enjoyed the conference, networking with other ACG System users and exploring the San Juan area.

CONFERENCE MATERIALS

Available exclusively to conference attendees.

Session 1: Mitchell – Assessing Patient Morbidity: Risk Factors

DST Health Solutions Assessing Patient Morbidity: Risk Factors Anna-Marie Mitchell Senior Product Consultant

Session 2: Myers – Hospitalization Risk

DST Health Solutions Hospitalization Models Brad Myers Predictive Modeling Product Consultant

Session 3: McGaw – Care Coordination

DST Health Solutions Care Coordination and Care Density Donald D. McGaw Jr. Client Relations Consultant

Session 4: Salls – Assessing Candidates for Care Management

DST Health Solutions Assessing Candidates for Care Management Programs Amy Salls Director, Population Health Strategy

Session 5: DiLorenzo – An Analysis of Risk Scores of Patients with Less Than Twelve Months of Claims History

MVP Health Care Analysis of Risk Scores of Patients with Incomplete Claims History Tyson DiLorenzo, PhD. Manager, Finance & Actuarial Analytics at MVP

Session 5: Khomenko – Health Questionnaires and Population Risk Indexing

DataSmart Solutions Health Questionnaires and Population Risk Indexing Bernard Khomenko, CEBS Vice President of Client Services

Session 6: Terrell-Hoxter – The Challenge of Visualizing Diagnostic Conditions in the Population

Lightbeam Health Solutions The Challenge of Visualizing Diagnostic Conditions in the Population Mike Hoxter, Tim Terrell

Session 6: Sylvia – A Pilot of Using the ACG System with Electronic Medical Record Data to Identify Children with Medical Complexities at the Medical University of South Carolina

Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) Health Using ACGs in the Electronic Medical Record to Identify Children with Medical Complexities Martha Sylvia, Seray Gardner, Corey […]

Session 7: Prada – Using the ACG System in Colombia: What Have We Learned About Our Health System?

Universidad Icesi – Proesa Using the ACG System in Colombia: What have we learned about our health system? Sergio I. Prada, PhD Melissa Perez, M.A.

Session 7: Lieberman – Integrating The Johns Hopkins ACG System with Other Proprietary and Non-Proprietary Tools

Mile High Healthcare Analytics Integrating The Johns Hopkins ACG System with Other Proprietary and Non-Proprietary Tools Richard Lieberman

Session 8: Hall – Creating Reporting Benchmarks for Provider ACOs

Minnesota Department of Human Services Creating Reporting Benchmarks for Provider ACOs Jackie Sias, Data Analyst Kristofer Hall, Provider Informatics Lead

Session 8: McGaw – Customizing ACG System Output Using Filters and Calculations

DST Health Solutions Customizing ACG Output Using Filters and Calculations Donald D. McGaw Jr. Client Relations Consultant

Session 9: Khomenko – Confidence in Predictions to Meet Organizational Needs

DataSmart Solutions Confidence in Predictions to Meet Organizational Needs Analytics Driven Solutions Bernard Khomenko, CEBS Vice President of Client Services

Session 9: Singal – Pharmacy Value-Based Programs

DST Pharmacy Value Based Programs Rahul Singal, MD Chief Medical Officer

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