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  • 7/15/2021
  • Live
  • Career Advancement; Complimentary Member Benefit (Sign In required); Health Data Analytics; Learning Lab; Live
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Examine ways to leverage the use of health data analytics to develop standardized performance metrics and a QA Model.

After participating in this Learning Lab, you will be able to:

• Leverage data analytics to make real time decisions.

• Measure effectiveness of closing cases in a contact tracing program.

• Develop a QA Model for a mass vaccination clinic.

Speakers:

Rachel E. Smith, BSc, MSc, Executive MBA, CPHQ

Healthcare Executive with more than 20 years of experience ranging four countries serving in various leadership positions. Held P&L responsibility, quality leadership, proposal/grant writing and provided strategic direction for successful business outcomes. Currently the Chief Program Officer at Health Care Dynamics International providing healthcare consulting services.

Carissa Lipton, BA

Carissa Lipton is an experienced manager and problem-solver in the healthcare consulting industry. Driven by her passion for helping people, she takes pride in providing equitable care solutions for clients. As a Project Manager at HealthCare Dynamics International, she is responsible for working closely with local and state health departments to lead a large team in successful public health intervention. In her previous work, Carissa has worked closely with clinicians on value-based payment model evaluation and education. Carissa holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of Delaware and will be obtaining her CPHQ certification this summer.

Raj Patel, BA, BS, MPH

As a first generation American growing up in rural Georgia, Raj found his calling in addressing health disparities amongst vulnerable populations. His experience as an epidemiology research assistant fueled his passion to pursue a Master’s in Public Health. His current role as a Data Analyst for HCD International allows him to use his skills in data analysis to help address population health needs.


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