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CMO of Alere Analytics Provides Healthcare Insights on Population Health Management and the Next Generation of ACOs at US News & World Report Hospital of Tomorrow 2014 Conference

October 2, 2014

Alere Analytics’ CMO and Co-founder, Dr. Fauzia Khan, participated in a panel yesterday at the second annual US News & World Report Hospital of Tomorrow (HOT) Conference, which took place in Washington D.C. at the Washington Hilton October 6 – 8.  The conference addressed critical and mounting challenges facing hospitals and health care systems today.  During the conference, Alere Analytics showcased the Company’s suite of hospital and provider solutions at booth #303.




Dr. Khan’s panel, “The Next Generation of ACOs”, which took place October 7 from  8:45 – 10:00 AM, highlighted how advanced analytics and population health management are helping to bring positive outcomes for Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs)  In her discussion, Dr. Khan addressed how population health management enables healthcare organizations to meet their operational, financial and clinical goals, by leveraging advanced analytics to identify critical gaps in care and streamline administrative costs, and how key it is to involve patients in managing their own care and their health outcomes.


Dr. Fauzia Khan addresses a packed crowd at "The Next Generation of ACOs" panel at US News HOT 2014.

Dr. Fauzia Khan addresses a packed crowd at “The Next Generation of ACOs” panel at US News HOT 2014.


A great recap of Dr. Khan’s panel was posted to US News’ Health site, “Experts Say Success of ACOs Hinges on Patient Engagement.”

Here is an excerpt from the article: 

“You have to best fit your approaches to the risk level,” Dr. Khan said. This might mean that low-risk patients would get reminders about prevention; middle-risk patients would get information on chronic disease-management interventions; and high-risk patients would get information on hospitalization.

Khan added: “For us to be really effective, we need to build in [patients’] behavioral and social data.”

All the panelists agreed that ACOs are only the beginning of a revolutionary paradigm shift in healthcare from a disease management perspective to a preventative/wellness focused one.

Khan called ACOs “the tip of the iceberg,” of a more fundamental cultural shift in health care. “Society needs to change to encourage people to take more ownership of own health.”



Dr. Khan during her panel presentation at US News HOT 2014


For all of the Hospital of Tomorrow 2014 keynote, session and panel recaps, visit US News’ Health Hospital of Tomorrow site.


To catch up with all Alere Analytics’ latest news and thought leadership, visit our website.

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