Join panelists from CHRISTUS Health and Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center on Wednesday, August 10th, from 12 – 1 PM CT, for a discussion on unlocking value in your enterprise clinical data strategy with a Q-Centrix assessment.
Claire Lauzon-Vallone, System Vice President of Quality Management at CHRISTUS Health and Anne VanBuren, Director of Quality and Operations Improvement at the Ohio State University will be joining Q-Centrix experts to discuss the complexity of registry operation management, common challenges of the current market, and the value of an assessment in unlocking an enterprise clinical data strategy.
This webinar is for you if:
- Optimizing staffing structures, resources, and financial investments is a top priority.
- Learning strategies to capitalize on your enterprise clinical data is a topic of interest.
- Evaluating costs and monitoring the ongoing operational success of your initiatives is an obstacle for your organization.
- Collaborative efforts with health care partners, and the strategic insights on operational challenges they lead to, are a topic of exploration for your organization.
- Strengthening your relationships with department heads to enhance existing services, develop new strategies, and manage expenses is a future goal.
Meet our featured panelists:
Claire Lauzon-Vallone, RN MBA CPHQ, is the Vice President of Safety and Quality for CHRISTUS Health. Lauzon-Vallone has been in healthcare quality management for over 30 years. CHRISTUS Health is an international, Catholic faith based, not-for-profit health system comprised of a network of services and facilities, which collaborate to provide medical, surgical, and wellness needs of the communities in which it serves in the United States and Latin America.
Anne VanBuren, MPH, CPHQ, is the Director of Disease and Outcomes Management at the Ohio State Wexner Medical Center. Anne has a demonstrated history of working in the hospital & health care industry that spans the last 25 years. VanBuren has expertise in performance improvement, quality-based payment programs, clinical database management, evidence-based medicine, and data analytics. The Ohio State Wexner Medical Center is a multidisciplinary academic medical center and a leader in central Ohio for healthcare and medical research.
Doug McGill, MSHCPM, is the Lead Consultant for Q-Centrix Advisory Solutions. Doug leads a team of consultants who help hospitals unlock the value of their clinical data through assessments and other performance improvement related engagements. Doug comes to Q-Centrix with over a decade of experience working at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC). His involvement in system leadership in the organization’s clinical data strategy, including the integration, analysis, and expansion of UPMC’s electronic clinical data across the enterprise, provide him with valuable insights in respect to health care quality centralization and registry assessments.
Daniella Wood, MHA, is the Enterprise Analyst for the advisory solutions team at Q-Centrix. Daniella drives the surveying and analytic components of the enterprise assessments. Before Q-Centrix, Daniella worked at The Kinetix Group and was focused on Population Health, contributing to Health Systems immersions and the development of real-world evidence and best practices.
Eric Crites is the Vice President of Enterprise Services at Q-Centrix overseeing the Advisory Solutions organization and our enterprise storytelling and growth initiatives. Eric brings over 15 years of experience in bringing strategic initiatives to market and building business development organizations. Prior to Q-Centrix, Eric served in various growth and business development roles at healthcare technology companies.