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Session Description: This session will consist of a moderator and panelists representing an academic geriatric practice, a multi-facility skilled nursing facility (SNF) physician practice, and a multi-state SNF provider organization. Each will spend 20 minutes describing their experience with SNF physician data collection, review, and dissemination. Barriers to physician engagement and solutions for collaboration will be discussed.
Describe the need for, and value of, physician-specific quality data.
Discuss the use of utilization and quality data by Accountable Care Organizations to monitor SNF physician practice and outcomes.
Explain how a national multi-facility chain is attempting to marry patient- and physician-specific data into a physician quality report for use in performance improvement efforts.
Speaker(s): Marc D. Rothman, MD, CMD Paul Katz, MD, CMD Rod Baird, MS