2018 International Conference San Antonio

Johns Hopkins ACG System

2018 International Conference

“Bridging the Continuum of Care”

 

The Johns Hopkins ACG System team and hundreds of system users from around the world met at the ACG System 2018 International Conference, along the beautiful Riverwalk, in San Antonio, Texas.

During this 3-day conference, attendees learned how health care systems and organizations in North America, Latin America, Europe, and Africa are applying the latest risk adjustment and predictive modeling tools to improve population health.

A highlight of this year’s conference was the presentation of the biennial Starfield Award, recognizing those who best use the ACG System to address multimorbidity, reduce care disparities and improve population health.

CONFERENCE MATERIALS

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Welcome & Introduction – Jonathan Weiner & Mark Cochran

Welcome and Introduction Jonathan Weiner Professor and Director, Center for Population Health IT     Mark Cochran Executive Director, Johns Hopkins HealthCare Solutions

Keynote I – Jonathan Weiner – Analytics & Big Data in Support of the Social and Medical Health of Populations

Analytics & Big Data in Support of the Social and Medical Health of Populations: The ACG System Today and Tomorrow Jonathan P. Weiner, DrPH Professor […]

Session 1 – Ines Vigil & Martha Sylvia – Achieving Population Health Surveillance with ACG System Outputs

Achieving Population Health Surveillance with ACG System Outputs Ines Vigil MD, MPH, MBA VP, Advanced Analytics Priority Health     Martha Sylvia PhD, MBA, RN […]

Session 1 – Pepa Soriano – ACG System as a key factor for a PHM program

ACG System as a key factor for a PHM program Pepa Soriano Leader of the Population Management Program at Ribera Salud

Session 1 – Sokchay Chiv – Implementation and Continuation of a Care Coordination Program

Meridian Member Clinical Profile Sokchay Chiv Director Population Health Strategies and Analytics

Keynote II – Doug Rupp, Jonathan Mathieu, Gunnar Nelson & Brantley Scott – Exploring & Understanding Impacts of Risk Adjustment Across Regions

Exploring & Understanding Impacts of Risk Adjustment Across Regions Jonathan Mathieu, PhD, Vice President for Research and Compliance and Chief Economist Center for Improving Value […]

Session 2, Workshop 1 – Richard Chien – Assessing the Effects of a Demonstrated Integrated Outpatient Care Program(IOCP) on Geriatric Patients Whom Suffered by Multiple Chronic Diseases

Assessing the Effects of a Demonstrated Integrated Outpatient Care Program(IOCP) on Geriatric Patients Whom Suffered by Multiple Chronic Diseases Ching Wen Chien, Ph.D. Professor Tsing […]

Session 2, Workshop 1 – Hong Kan – New Advances in Defining Frailty in Older Adults

Defining and assessing geriatric risk factors and associated health care utilization among older adults using claims and electronic health records Hong J. Kan, PhD, MPP, […]

Session 2, Workshop 1 – David Bodycombe – Health Care Costs and Utilization Associated with High-Risk Prescription Opioid Use

Health care costs and utilization associated with high-risk prescription opioid use H-Y CHANG, H KHARRAZI, D BODYCOMBE, J P WEINER, G C ALEXANDER Johns Hopkins […]

Session 2, Workshop 2 – Ryan Morton – Towards Value-based Contracting using the ACG System

ACG System and value-based contracting Ryan Morton, Analyst DataSmartSolutions

Session 2, Workshop 2 – Jacob Hofdijk – The Dutch Health System’s Journey

The Dutch Health System’s Journey:  the ACG test from a silo killer perspective Jacob Hofdijk Founding Partner Q-Consultzorg  

Session 2, Workshop 3 – Steve Sutch – Measurement of Health Organisation Performance across Multiple Sector Services: A Population Health Analytic Perspective

Measurement of health organisation performance across multiple sector services: a population health analytic perspective Stephen Sutch DrPH, Alan Thompson MS, Chad Abrams MA Johns Hopkins […]

Session 2, Workshop 3 – Sergio Prada – Examining Regional Variation in Health Care Spending in Colombia

Examining regional variation in health care spending in Colombia Sergio I. Prada, PhD PROESA Universidad ICESI

Session 2, Workshop 3 – Marcus Lindvall – Evaluation and Revision Model for Primary Healthcare Reimbursement System with ACG®System

Evaluation and revision model for primary healthcare reimbursement system with ACG®System Marcus Lindvall, MSc Founder Ensolution AB, Sweden      

Session 3 – Hong Kan – A Comparison of Risk Adjustment Models Using Traditional Statistical and Machine Learning Techniques in Predicting Health Care Costs in Older Adults

A Comparison of Risk Adjustment Models Using Traditional Statistical and Machine Learning Techniques in Predicting Health Care Costs in Older Adults Hong Kan, PhD, MPP, […]

Session 4 – Mary Delaney – Data as an Influencer to Key Partners

Data as an Influencer to Key Partners Collaborative Healthcare Reform Mary Delaney Founder and President Vital Incite      

Session 4 – Lennart Carlsson – Visualising Health States for a Clearer Understanding of Multimorbidity and Enhancing Epidemiology

Mutual understanding: The complex health state Lennart Carlsson MSc, MPH, PhD Karolinska Institutet DepofNeurobiology, Care Sciences and Society Div of Family Medicine and Primary Care

Session 4 – Hang Yue – Visualizing ACG System-Based Population Health Assessment Data for NCQA Accreditation in QlikView

Visualizing ACG System-Based Population Health Assessment Data for NCQA Accreditation in QlikView Hang Yue, Shannon Murphy, Hemalatha George, Sarah Kachur Population Health Research and Development […]

Keynote III – Sangeeta Saran – Population Profiling to Support a New Model of Clinical Delivery

Population Profiling to Support a New Model of Clinical Delivery Sangeeta Saran NHS Slough Clinical Commissioning Group

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     […]

Session 5 – David Bodycombe – Re-engineering the RX-MGs

Re-engineering the RX-MGs David Bodycombe, M.SC, SC.D. Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Session 5 – Klaus Lemke – Condition Identification and Control Assessment using Laboratory Data: A Refinement of Risk Measurement in the ACG System

Condition Identification and Control Assessment using Laboratory Data: A Refinement of Risk Measurement in the ACG System Klaus Lemke Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public […]

Session 5 – Klaus Lemke & Shannon Murphy – Expansion of the NYU Emergency Department (ED) Visit Classification:  A Framework for a Retrospective Review of ED Utilization

Expansion of the NYU emergency department (ED) visit classification:  A framework for a retrospective review of ED utilization Klaus Lemke Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of […]

Session 5 – Shannon Murphy – ED Visit Classification Using ACG System

ED Visit Classification Using ACG System Shannon Murphy Senior Analyst, Population Health Research & Development Johns Hopkins HealthCare

Session 6, Workshop 1 – Brian Norris – Data to Insights Quickly – Getting Started with Johns Hopkins ACG System

Data to Insights Quickly – Getting Started with Johns Hopkins ACG System Brian Norris MBA, RN-BC, FHIMSS Vice President of Data and Analytics OurHealth

Session 6, Workshop 1 – Marc Bruijnzeels – The First Results of Using the ACG System in Dutch General Practice

The first results of using the ACG System in Dutch General Practice Marc Bruijnzeels PhD LUMC-Campus The Hague/Jan van Es Institute Almere

Session 6, Workshop 2 – Alan Thompson – Inter-Relationship Between Frailty & Multimorbidity in East Berkshire, UK

Inter-Relationship Between Frailty & Multimorbidity in East Berkshire, UK Alan Thompson, MSc Johns Hopkins Healthcare Solutions     Sangeeta Saran NHS Slough Clinical Commissioning Group […]

Session 6, Workshop 2 – Melinda Cumby & Justin Stebbins – Population Segmentation: A New Way of Care Management

The Population Health Model POPULATION SEGMENTATION: A NEW WAY OF CARE MANAGEMENT Melinda Cumby CareSource     Justin Stebbins CareSource

Session 6, Workshop 3 – Marty Bendy & Seray Gardner – Hybridization of ACG®System Runs–One Size Doesn’t Fit All

Hybridization of ACG® System Runs–One Size Doesn’t Fit All Marty Bendy Medical University of South Carolina     Seray Gardner Medical University of South Carolina

Session 6, Workshop 3 – Aaron Blumkin – Visualization of Population Health Data:  A Picture is Worth a Thousand Data Points

Visualization of Population Health Data:  A Picture is Worth a Thousand Data Points  Aaron Blumkin, MS nextgen healthcare

Session 6, Workshop 3 – Michael Simon – Social Determinants, Clinical Data, and ACG System:  Developing a Care Management Impact Score

Social Determinants, Clinical Data, and ACG System:  Developing a Care Management Impact Score Michael Simon, PhD Principal Data Scientist Arcadia

Session 7 – Steve Sutch & Chris Morris – Recalibrating the ACG System Predictive Models & Developing New Models Based on Emerging Priorities within the UK NHS

Recalibrating the ACG System Predictive models & developing new models based on emerging priorities within the UK NHS Stephen Sutch DrPH Johns Hopkins Healthcare Solutions […]

Session 7 – Andreas Johansson – Combining ACG System and Cost per Patient Data for Multiple Analyses

Combining ACG System and Cost per Patient Data for Multiple Analyses Andreas Johannson, M.Sc. Chairman Ensolution AB, Sweden

Session 7 – Hong Kan – Evaluating the Impact of Prescription Fill Rates on Risk Stratification Model Performance

Evaluating the Impact of Prescription Fill Rates on Risk Stratification Model Performance Hong J. Kan, PhD, MPP, MA Johns Hopkins School of Public Health Center […]

Session 8 – Zezhen Qiu – Prediction of Risk Scores of Patients with Incomplete Claims History

Prediction of Risk Scores of Patients with Incomplete Claims History Zezhen Qiu Business Intelligence Engineer MVP Health Care

Session 8 – Yanyan Lu – Impact of Inaccurate Coding on ACG System Analytics

Impact of Inaccurate Coding on ACG System Analytics Yanyan Lu Johns Hopkins HealthCare  

Session 8 – Manon Ruben & Stephen Jackson – Predictive Modeling–Working with Incomplete Data

Predictive Modeling–Working with Incomplete Data Pharmacy Claims Enhance Conventional Risk Prediction Manon Ruben AlignCare Product Development     Stephen Jackson AlignCare Chief Executive

Keynote IV – Manon Ruben – The Changing Face of Population-based Analytics Since the Advent of the ACG System

The Changing Face of Population-based Analytics Since the Advent of the ACG System Manon Ruben AlignCare Product Development

Keynote V – Dwight Raum & Patrick Ostendarp – Maximizing Value from Technology & Informatics Investments

Maximizing Value from Technology & Informatics Investments Engineering Integrated but Transformational Solutions Dwight Raum Johns Hopkins University & Health System VP & Chief Technology Officer […]

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