Connected communities: Advancing population health through data and emerging technology

Thursday, June 8th, 2023 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CT 

The digitization of healthcare data combined with the introduction of new technologies is causing a data explosion in health. At the same time, pressure is on health organizations to manage growing data sets more carefully.

A panel discussion will examine how connected communities using data-driven, virtual and automated technologies are advancing and refining population health strategies. Discover ways health leaders can advance interoperability, intelligent processing and data security so their organizations can respond to consumer demands and take on risk. 

Key takeaways:
  • What new technologies are placing individuals at the center of a connected ecosystem
  • How to securely link clinical, financial, mental and social data from disparate sources
  • Strategies for building the whole-health views that support a more proactive approach to mental, behavioral, physical and Rx health needs
  • When to use social determinants of health information to build a deeper understanding about the needs and engagement preferences of your health consumer



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Mylynn Tufte, RN, MBA, MSIM

Partner, Optum Advisory Services, Population Health Practice Lead

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Erik Johnson

Senior Vice President, Optum Advisory Services, Value Based Care Practice Lead

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Jaime Murillo, MD, FACC, FASE

Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer at UnitedHealth Group Enterprise Strategy and Innovation



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Miriam Sznycer-Taub

Managing Director, Cross-Industry Research, Advisory Board