Approximately 30% of patient demographic data is out of date or incomplete. As a result, 1 in 5 patients may not be linked with the correct records, and analytic insights — such as those needed for an effective Covid-19 response — lack credibility. This disconnect reduces physician adoption and increases likelihood of patient harm. As such, overcoming this pain is a high priority at healthcare organizations of all shapes and sizes. Recently, the Greater Rochester Independent Practice Association (GRIPA) — which manages value-based programs for 300K lives across a 1,300 physician network — recognized it could modernize its analytics infrastructure, save money and improve service by moving its analytics footprint, including patient matching, to the cloud. This flexible architecture empowers clinicians with actionable information and lets the team quickly pivot to emergent care-management needs. In this webinar, hear from GRIPA’s leadership about their identity resolution or EMPI journey from start to finish.
- Geremy Gersh, VP of IT, Greater Rochester IPA (GRIPA)
- Jeffrey Allen, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Greater Rochester IPA (GRIPA)
- Jennifer Briggs, Chief Operating and Financial Officer, Greater Rochester IPA (GRIPA)