[Webinar] How BJC ACO is Scaling Deviceless Remote Patient Monitoring to Rising-risk
Industry Leadership: How BJC ACO is Scaling Deviceless Remote Patient Monitoring to Rising-risk Populations
While the growth of value-based care contracts is inevitable, success is not. Provider organizations must put in place the building blocks necessary to deliver scalable, preventative care. How can Population Health leaders sustainably deliver virtual care solutions to their growing value-based populations to improve clinical and financial outcomes? Hear from BJC Medical Group’s clinical leadership to learn how they built and implemented Deviceless Remote Patient Monitoring as an integral building block in BJC’s virtual care strategy.

Learning Objectives
  • Examine the approach and strategic rationale behind BJC ACO’s virtual care strategy that enables ambulatory care management teams to work top-of-license while providing care to high and rising risk populations.

  • Understand how provider organization’s virtual care programs can create virtuous cycles that enable stronger patient-provider relationships and identify opportunities for proactive care.

  • Describe BJC ACO’s experience implementing Deviceless Remote Patient Monitoring and its clinical outcomes for chronic conditions.

Featured Speakers
Megan Guinn, Director of Clinical Improvement, BJC Medical Group
Megan currently provides leadership to the BJC ACO Care Management team and has oversight for quality, risk-adjustment, value-based care contracts and the BJC Medical Group Post-Acute Care Department. Additionally, Megan is leading efforts to expand ambulatory care management overall and to identify potential areas of opportunity for quality improvement across the BJC Medical Group.
Blake Marggraff, CEO and co-founder, CareSignal
Blake Marggraff is CEO and co-founder of CareSignal, a deviceless remote patient monitoring platform that reduces hospitalizations and improves care for patients with chronic conditions. CareSignal partners with health plans, self-funded employers, health systems, and physician groups across the US. Blakepreviously grew nationally recognized technology company Betabox Labs to cash flow positive while attending Washington University in St. Louis. Blake is the Intel ISEF winner of 2011, St. Louis 30 Under 30, and HIMSS19 Champions of Health for evidence in digital health.
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