April 23rd Presentation
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Transformation of Healthcare to Home Care & Everywhere
The four pillars of a healthcare delivery system are:
Improve Access; Improve Quality; Improve Outcomes and Reduce
Costs. The rising costs of healthcare without relative improvement
in outcomes has been a problem. Efforts to "Transform"
Health Care Delivery in the US has been on a fast track, over the
last two decades. The changes are at many levels and since 2004
the direction to be "Data Driven" in decisions at delivery of care
were set as a national challenge. Technology transformation has
kept the changes chaotic and since March 20, 2015 payments for
service with technology has opened another opportunity.
Dr Khalid Moidu will
share the vision for a new model of care delivery with no
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About Dr Khalid Moidu
Dr. Khalid Moidu is a senior healthcare informatics professional, experienced in managing operations, academic programs, policy development and entrepreneurship. His interests are in building Governance structures, coordinating Implementations and managing Operations.
His current interests are to deploy Analytic Applications for decision support at all levels and make data actionable. Deployment of new apps and devices to extend coverage beyond the hospital and office encounters to engage patients.
As the Chief Information Officer of Family Physicians Group (FPG), he set the information systems strategy to support business goals. FPG is a multi-specialty group and a CMS shared-savings Accountable Care Organization (ACO), with over a hundred physicians across twenty-six physician offices. All offices have National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) patient-centered medical home (PCMH) Level III accreditation. FPG was among the 29 ACOs from the 137 that started in July 2012 and achieved positive shared savings. Recently he oversaw the move of the EMR to a Hybrid Private Cloud infrastructure and the upgrade of the EMR to MU2 standards successfully.
Prior to FPG, he led the clinical informatics team at Orlando Health. Orlando Health is a multi-hospital health system. There he worked closely with physician leadership and established an information services governance model under the Medical Staff Services. This sub-group provides governance to standardize clinical documentation for physicians. One project was the reduction of CPOE orders from 3600 to 1300 in a year.
Dr. Moidu as an academic leader, served last as professor of Health Informatics at George Mason University, earlier at Purdue University and other academic centers.
Dr. Moidu is a medical graduate from the Armed Forces Medical College in Pune, India, has a doctorate in Medical Informatics from the Linköping University in Linköping, Sweden, and globally practiced medicine.
Dr. Moidu was just added to the list of "Top thought-leaders-of-the-year" by ICT Post. He has also received numerous other distinctions and awards during his career.