It has never been more important for health systems to possess a sustainable ambulatory business model as patient care delivery evolves and margins get tighter. The new market landscape requires providers and health systems to think through an ever-expanding range of ambulatory care management and deployment options as they seek to improve organizational performance. However, many systems and large medical groups are beginning to realize that they must first understand performance at actionable levels across the enterprise in order to make the appropriate choices regarding ambulatory strategy.
Our conversation will focus on actionable measurement tools that will help attendees better understand the performance of their physician enterprise at a deeper level. The outcomes of a sharply focused performance management process will help position system leaders, managers, and staff to effectively drive change and deploy resources across their ambulatory network. Best practices for key performance indicators will be shared and an interactive discussion of case studies will provide attendees with a practical and sustainable approach for developing a high-performing ambulatory enterprise.
After attending this session attendees will have:
- An understanding of the limitations of current performance measurement techniques.
- A framework to design and structure performance measurement and management tools that aligns with strategic goals.
- Best practice and case study examples that can be tailored to help attendees better measure their performance.