Join CHUG for an unforgettable time in Music City – Nashville, Tennessee!
Now more than ever before, Healthcare organizations need data. Not presented in the same old way, we need meaningful analytics with comprehensive actionable data that drives transformation. Providers and care teams need as much information as possible and limits to this puts patients at risk.
Healthcare is rapidly becoming a consumer driven market, Healthcare organizations can no longer sit back and run businesses as usual. Access to information at the right time and in the right format is critical to successfully managing population health and risk under value based care.
Please join us at the CHUG Fall Conference in Nashville, November 8th to 10th, “Preventing Value Based Failure with Population Health and Analytics that Matter!”
Care coordination, gaps in care, active analytics, designee alerts and patient proxies, using data to ensure that no person falls through the cracks. Become data savvy, be prepared to compete with simple, intuitive, usable population health analytics and optimize data effectively for the people who matter the most: our patients.
As an attendee you will have the opportunity to gain knowledge, tips and tricks from multiple education sessions and to collaborate and network with 600 plus healthcare professionals.
Continuing Education: CME and Nursing CE Credits Available
Attendees can earn both Nursing CE and Physician CME credits by attending the CHUG Fall 2018 Conference. Stay tuned for more information!
Come early and attend a pre-conference class!
- Qvera Interface Engine Level 1 Certification
- EMR Crystal Reports Class (for CPS Chart & CEMR)
- CPS-PM Custom Reports Class (for CPS Practice Management)
- InDxLogic: Optimizing Document Indexing Automation to Save Money, Time and Improve Quality Metrics
- Beginning Visual Form Editor
- Intermediate Visual Form Editor
- Best Practices, Workflows, Clinical Documentation Integrity and Value Based Reimbursement
Click here to get more information about pre-conference classes.
Meet Our Keynote Speaker
Somava Stout, MD, MS (Soma)has dedicated her career to improving health, well-being and equity through the development of thriving people, organizations and communities. She has worked as a primary care internist and pediatrician in the safety net and a global public health practitioner for over 20 years.
She currently serves as Vice President at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) and as Executive Lead of 100 Million Healthier Lives, which brings together 1000+ partners in 28 countries to achieve transformation in health, well-being and equity, with an audacious aim: 100 million people thriving globally by 2020. She serves as the co-Principal Innovator for the SCALE initiative, which supports communities around the country to accelerate their journey toward a Culture of Health through the development of Community of Solutions skills, behaviors and systems.
Previously, Dr. Stout served as Vice President for Patient Centered Medical Home Development at Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA), where she led a whole system transformation of leadership, care delivery, workforce, and finances that garnered numerous national awards and achieved breakthrough results in health outcomes and cost for a safety net population. She founded and led the development of the CHA Revere and Everett Family Health Centers as national models for community-integrated primary care and helped to found the Everett Community Health Partnership.
She served as Co-Director of Leadership Development at the Harvard Medical School (HMS) Center for Primary Care, developing a cadre of change leaders across the system. She continues as faculty at both CHA and HMS. In 2012, Dr. Stout was recognized as one of ten inaugural Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Young Leaders for her contributions to improving the health of the nation. In 2016 she was elected as a Leading Causes of Life Global Fellow. She has consulted with leaders from across the world, including Guyana, Sweden, the United Kingdom, Singapore, Australia, Tunisia, Denmark and Brazil.