Description: Advances in digital technologies and data analytics have created unparalleled opportunities to assess health data accelerating the ability of science to understand and contribute to improved health behavior and health outcomes. Additionally, behavioral health in the United States is being challenged to address persistent health inequities while improving the quality and value of the care delivered. As regulators, payors, and policies push behavioral health toward data-driven performance, the pressure for behavioral health providers to measure and monitor outcomes increases. This training will introduce providers to the key facets of using data to drive performance including metric selection, diagnosing performance issues and acting on data, driving innovation, and making data analytics a central part of the behavioral health quality strategy.
Facilitators: Rachel Bembas, PhD