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May07
2:45 PM - 3:30 PM

Case Study: DXC and Episodes of Care

joe fraser
Joe Fraser

Account General Manager, DXC Technologies

Bio:

Joe Fraser is an Account General Manager for DXC Technologies and is responsible for client satisfaction, managing financial performance, growth and delivery to clients in the State and Local HealthCare Industry. Joe’s States include Kansas, Ohio and Indiana
In this role he spearheaded the development of a Big Data Analytics platform called Haven for Healthcare which includes Hadoop, Vertica, Healthcare Analytics Exploration Tool, Tableau, and Corticon. The platform has spawned solutions for payment innovation, population health reporting, Encounter Reporting, FWA detection, and Electronic Visit Verification reporting.
Under Joe’s leadership, the Haven team won the Service Excellence Cup for achieving the highest level of service excellence and customer satisfaction. Joe qualified for the Inner Circle Club five out of the last nine years. His Ohio team won the 2016 Best Innovated Analytics Solution for State and Local.
Joe participated in Client Executive training at the London Business School in London, England and attended executive development training at Babson University and the Thunderbird program. He earned a Master of Science degree in management and a Bachelor of Science degree in business management from Boston College in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.


Sessions:

Tue, 07 May | 2:45 PM - 3:30 PM

Case Study: DXC and Episodes of Care

Healthcare is shifting away from traditional fee-for-service payment methods (transaction-oriented) toward payment strategies based on quality, population health improvement and individual outcomes. To measure these patient outcomes, healthcare payers aggregate the cost of each service—professional, inpatient, outpatient and pharmacy—associated with the patient’s treatment, as a metric called an "Episode of Care." In this session, Joe Fraser will be sharing how Progress partner DXC Technologies is using the Progress Corticon rules engine as part of their 'Episodes of Care as a Service' solution for state Medicaid programs to improve healthcare delivery, find ways to reduce costs and reduce fraud.

Healthcare is shifting away from traditional fee-for-service payment methods (transaction-oriented) toward payment strategies based on quality, population health improvement and individual outcomes. To measure these patient outcomes, healthcare payers aggregate the cost of each service—professional, inpatient, outpatient and pharmacy—associated with the patient’s treatment, as a metric called an "Episode of Care." In this session, Joe Fraser will be sharing how Progress partner DXC Technologies is using the Progress Corticon rules engine as part of their 'Episodes of Care as a Service' solution for state Medicaid programs to improve healthcare delivery, find ways to reduce costs and reduce fraud.
Audience

Business

Session Type

Presentation

Product

Corticon

Topic

OpenEdge Platform, Healthcare Apps

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