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When and Where
  • 1/23/2020
  • GoToWebinar
  • Live
  • Complimentary Member Benefit (Sign In required); Health Data Analytics; Learning Lab

Speaker: Kristen Geissler, MS PT MBA, and Beth Greskovich, Berkeley Research Group, LLC

How do you tell the best story with your data to multiple audiences? How do you simplify complex data and messages into impactful and actionable reports? This session will demonstrate best practices related to data display and analysis visualizations using various tools and products. The attendee will see examples of effective and ineffective data display as well as learn tools and techniques to ensure accurate communication of quality data and outcomes.

Kristen Geissler has 25 years of healthcare quality experience, with a focus in quality measurement and accountability, particularly quality-based reimbursement and alternative payment methodologies, as well as quality and performance improvement process and design. Prior to her consulting career, Ms. Geissler was the Director of Quality Improvement for a Maryland health system. Her clinical background, hospital operations experience and consulting experience is an asset to healthcare provider clients, including hospitals, health systems, academic medical centers, and physician practices.

Learning Objectives:

  • Demonstrate key components of data display
  • Compare and contrast different types of charts and visualizations
  • Create concise and impactful data displays
  • Apply best practices of communication of outcomes to different audiences

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