Geneia: Using AI to manage chronic illness, population health
January 26, 2021
Boston, MA – Geneia, a healthcare analytic solutions and services company that simplifies the transition to value-based care, announces Jasmine McCammon and Natalie Benner, data science and client success leaders at Geneia, are featured speakers on the January 26 Massachusetts Health & Hospital Association's Hot Topics Webinar.
In this webinar, McCammon and Benner will discuss using AI to manage chronic illness and improve population health, as models created using artificial intelligence (AI) are increasingly being used by hospitals, health plans and physicians to predict and prevent unnecessary exacerbations of chronic illness:
- Jasmine McCammon, Geneia lead principal data scientist, will address how predictive models are developed and review models such as one that predicts which type 2 diabetes patients will experience a diabetes-related complication in the next 12 months, another that predicts which heart failure patients will have complication(s) and a third that identifies patients at risk for opioid misuse.
- Natalie Benner, Geneia principal clinical transformational consultant, will share best practices for putting analytic models into population health practice. She’ll also discuss how clients use a hypertension model to create a more effective care management program.
Access Geneia AI resources:
- Using AI to Drive Lower Healthcare costs
- How Health Plans are Using Advanced Analytics to Improve Medical Costs and Quality
Geneia LLC is a healthcare analytics and services company. We work to improve collaboration between healthcare providers, health plans and employers to better support personalized, patient-centered care. Through advanced technology, education and training, insights and clinical services, we help clients better identify and actively manage high-risk populations, improve quality measurement and outcomes, and strengthen revenue. Rooted in deep clinical experience and leading-edge data science, our client-centric, phased approach to population health simplifies the transition to risk and value-based care. Our offices are located in Harrisburg, PA and Manchester, NH. To learn more, visit Geneia.com (https://www.geneia.com) or connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.