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Performance Matters: Prepare for the Shift to Value-Based Care

Tuesday August 23, 2016 | 1:00 p.m. ET, 12:00 p.m. CT

In order to prepare for the shift to value-based care, it is important to build a performance-driven culture that can support measurement and improvement processes. With the establishment of this culture, data that is collected and acted upon helps lead to the delivery of high quality care and improved clinical outcomes. 

Join Qualifacts thought leader, Christy Winter, LMSW, who will first take you on a journey through the changes that are emerging in the behavioral health field. She will also share how you can be ready for the coming changes through systematic organizational performance management.  

Learning objectives:

  • Define and implement a performance improvement program
  • Identify ways to improve performance through simple frameworks
  • Relate how to move beyond reporting to data utilization
  • Develop and foster a performance-driven culture

Christy Winter
Manager of Clinical Informatics
and Outcomes
Qualifacts

Christy L. Winter is a licensed, master’s level social worker. She has 15 years’ experience designing and implementing performance management processes. Christy has experience in continuous quality and performance improvement, outcomes measurement, program evaluation, and practice-based research in behavioral health, social services, and child welfare.