Data is valuable currency in the new healthcare economy and the lifeline of long-term and post-acute care (LTPAC) businesses. This was the focus of a session presented at LTC 100 earlier this month in Laguna Niguel, Calif.
The session, titled “50 Shades of Data,” was moderated by Quantum Age President CC Andrews and featured a rapid-fire discussion of best practices for mining, integrating, and using data. The hour-long discussion examined many aspects of data mining for skilled nursing operations, including clinical, minimum data set, financial, labor, census and satisfaction data.
In addition, panelists offered key takeaways for creating a data-driven competitive advantage around care delivery, procurement, human capital, managed care, bundling and risk.
“Yes, data can be sexy,” said Andrews, who was making her fifth appearance moderating a Lincoln Healthcare executive event. “It’s the currency in the new healthcare economy, and businesses should be leveraging it. This session was designed to help participants take full advantage their data capabilities.”
LTC 100 is the premier leadership and strategy conference for C-level executives from large skilled nursing providers.
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