Healthcare leader insights: Using your own data to drive action

Wednesday, June 5th, 2024 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CT 

Healthcare spending is projected to grow 5.4% between 2022 and 2031, yet hospitals and health systems are still challenged by profit margins and maintaining satisfaction and strong engagement. In addition, consumers have become more involved in their own care requiring hospitals and health systems to redesign the delivery of high-quality healthcare.

How can providers develop a strategy? By examining performance in a holistic way and implementing a plan for managing healthcare, quality and patient safety improvement efforts that leverages transparent, actionable data. 

As hospital leaders assess and work to strategize for 2024 and beyond, identifying operational efficiencies, streamlining expenses and delivering high-quality care are top of mind. 

During this webinar, leaders and teams will learn how to:
  • Align performance improvement initiatives with organizational strategy through leveraging actionable data from public reporting programs.

  • Benchmark against peers on a national scale to help identify strengths, weaknesses and create plans to improve.

  • Support clinical and operational efficiency by turning evidence into action with analytics and benchmarking.

  • Support quality reporting and improved margins by leveraging actionable data and tech-enabled solutions to improve compliance, financial performance, supply chain resiliency and workforce management.


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Tara Bain

Vice President + 100 Top Hospitals Program Leader, Premier, Inc

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Apurv Gupta, MD, MPH

Physician Consultant, Premier, Inc

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Anne Brittain, PhD, RT(R)(M)(QM), CPHQ

System Director, Acute Care Quality Improvement, Inova Health System


Javier Gonzalez

Director Regional Quality and PDS Infection Prevention and Control, Presbyterian Healthcare Services


Danielle Walsh, MD, FACS, FAAP

Professor of Surgery and Vice Chair for Quality and Process Improvement, University of Kentucky


Silvia Dilone, MSN, RN

Director of Quality, Jackson Memorial Hospital - Emergency Services