Population Health Management: Leveraging Technology to Drive Preventive Action
Managing a population’s health means more than helping people when they’re ill – it means driving behaviors that will keep them healthy. But the resources required to do this effectively are often costly and in short supply. Without consistent and effective information and support, clinical and financial outcomes are put at risk. On this teleconference for the Scottsdale Insitute, Dr. Erin Fries, Samuel Moore and Tarah Knaresboro share how Mercy uses Explorys, Epic, Emmi, MyChart, and even USPS mail to reach patients and engage them in their health and wellness.
Erin Fries, MD
Chief Clinical Officer - Cincinnati Region
As regional chief clinical officer, Dr. Fries is responsible for providing physician executive leadership for the Cincinnati region’s clinical enterprises. She earned her medical degree from University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and completed her residency in family practice at Grant/Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus.
Client Services Manager
Sam oversees the post-contract activities for our EmmiPrevent and custom development studio solutions. He is responsible for managing all aspects of client product delivery including but not limited to scoping and design, workflow analysis, technical setup, implementation, training, reporting and outcome analysis.
Voice User Interface Design Manager
Tarah Knaresboro manages the design of Emmi’s interactive voice-response products at Emmi. She is responsible for creating high-quality patient experiences that mainly focus on population health management and transitions in care.