Thought Leadership Webinar: Engaging Physicians with Data

In this Equation University educational webinar, Kyle Kobe will provide an in-depth look into experiences and best practices of healthcare providers who are improving clinical value by successfully bringing physicians to the table with enhanced communication and data transparency.

 

 

 


Kyle Kobe is a Principal and founding partner at Equation. He is an expert in the physician economic enterprise. He is an industry leader in defining economic relationships and building physician-hospital alignment financial models as well as an innovator in population health management tools.

Thought Leadership Webinar: Discovering Physician Practice Opportunity

Do you want to understand the causes of and solutions to financial losses in a physician practice?

In this webinar, Kyle Kobe shares his knowledge of the 10 economic drivers of physician practice loss and how to find the opportunities that are hiding in your physician practice data.

 


Kyle Kobe is a Principal and founding partner at Equation. He is an expert in the physician economic enterprise. He is an industry leader in defining economic relationships and building physician-hospital alignment financial models as well as an innovator in population health management tools.

Thought Leadership Webinar: Utilizing Data to Manage Employed Physician Productivity & Efficiency

The average loss for employing a physician is $176,000. How do you wrap your mind around managing that loss through analyzing productivity and efficiency?

In this webinar, you will learn how to mine your data to assess volume, payer mix, capacity, charge lag, CPT code analysis, procedure code analysis, revenue metrics, RVUs, scheduling, patient and much more. The analysis process begins by gathering and integrating physician practice billing, payroll, and financial data. Only through deep visibility into physician practice data, will health organizations be able to move towards high-value service while also securing high-value financial returns. Comprehensive deep data dive will uncover the key productivity, revenue and cost drivers for your physicians.

Thought Leadership Webinar: Analyzing Consolidated Hospital and Physician Practice Data Across Service Lines

Service line analysis is one of the most important parts of a hospital or health system’s analysis, but it is rarely done correctly — for various reasons. Sometimes it’s because a hospital or system rarely has the ability to utilize the universe of data, especially if the hospital or system operates across multiple data systems. Or, it’s because service line definitions are organized in such a way that it’s impossible to extract actionable data.

One of our flagship products, Service Line Analyzer, was demonstrated via a webinar by Mike Romney, VP of Business Development and Kyle Kobe, Principal and Co-owner of Equation. The webinar specifically addressed analyzing consolidated hospital and physician practice data across service lines. To view the webinar click on the play button below.

Thought Leadership Webinar: Quantifying Hospital Revenue Offset

If you are like other hospital executives and your employed physicians lose an average of $190,000 per year and you can’t quantify the hospital revenue offset for your Board.

What if you could?

That’s where Equation’s Downstream Analyzer comes in. The Downstream Analyzer gives clients the ability to compare certain internal metrics to industry benchmarks from other Hospitals. This allows for more accurate comparisons to drive informed strategic decisions.

The CEO at Comanche Memorial had this to say about Equation’s Downstream Analyzer product, “We only had Equation’s Downstream Analyzer product for a short time before we realized a return on our investment. Downstream Analyzer allows us to evaluate our patient care patterns, the cost of that care, contribution margin and overall productivity of our primary care physicians. Our leadership team is utilizing Equation’s analytics platform in a way that is having a big impact on our hospital.”