Following the success of last year’s series of educational webinars, the Johns Hopkins ACG System Team will be facilitating new sessions over the next year. The goal of the webinar series is to provide ACG System users from across the globe the opportunity to share their work with like-minded people. We will hear speakers from several countries including the U.S., the U.K., Israel, Sweden and South Africa.
There is no cost to attend the webinar series, but each session requires a free registration.
When: Wednesday, November 14, 2018 at 10 a.m. Eastern Standard Time
Topic: ACG System Version 12.0
Speaker: Stephen P. Sutch, DrPH, MAppSc
Director of Product Development, ACG Systems
About the Speaker: 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 ACG System, he has managed projects in a number of countries, is currently the Director of Product Development, and an Associate in the Department of Health Policy and Management, Bloomberg School of Public Health.
About the Presentation: The focus of version 12.0 of the ACG System, scheduled for the end of 2018, is to leverage additional sources of data to make robust clinical categorizations available to assess and stratify your populations. In this webinar, Dr. Sutch—director of product development, will walk us through various v12.0 features such as refined risk assessment variables and enhanced analytics. Highlights include:
From identifying those with pre-diabetes, to avoiding hospital admissions, learn how the upcoming v12.0 ACG System features can help you get a clearer picture of your population’s health for faster decision-making.
The webinar series explores various topics including:
Each 30-minute webinar includes 20-minutes of presentation and 10-minutes of Q&A.