California-based i2i Systems, a pioneer and front-runner in integrated Population Health Management and Analytics solutions for more than 15 years, has earned 2014 PCMH prevalidation from NCQA for its flagship product, i2iTracks. On Wednesday, June 24, at 11:00am PST, i2i will host a webinar providing answers to the most sought-out PCMH questions on how to utilize, implement and optimize available interventions and NCQA prevalidated technology to manage and improve the way in which an organization executes on sustainable population health management and achieving the Triple Aim.
“The aim of this learning opportunity is to help FQHCs, private practices, community integrated networks, ACOs, and payers push even further down the Population Health Management journey,” says Nancy Thompson, i2i’s Director of Education. The complimentary webinar will be presented by industry veteran, Shannon Nielson, MHA, PCMH-CCE, and Thompson.
The presenters will also discuss: how to create, embrace and manage a fully-integrated care management registry; implement Evidence-Based Guidelines, from chart prep to effective morning huddles; and use population centric data to drive clinical, operational and financial success.
“We are committed to engaging the medical community and continuing to positively impact Population Health Management,” says i2i Systems Co-Founder and Janice Nicholson. “Programs like this one produce a learning environment that creates improvement opportunities for all so together we can better achieve superior population health.”
About i2i Systems
As a leader and pioneer in Population Health Management and Analytics Solutions, i2i Systems has been proudly serving non-profit and for-profit healthcare organizations for more than 15 years. It started with a simple mission: Creating Healthier Populations. That mission has consistently guided our product and service development and we have never wavered from that commitment. Today, we are helping organizations successfully transition from volume-based to value-based care. We understand that data is the new currency and our fully integrated Population Health-centric solutions are helping physician group practices, community health centers, health center-controlled networks,