Succeeding in quality measures leveraging the use of lab data
Distinguished panelists from CHESS Health Solutions, Imperium Health Management and Labcorp detail how national data can help you close lab-based care gaps and succeed in quality measures. In this presentation, you’ll discover how:
- National laboratory data can support your population health efforts
- You can use lab data to support quality measures and close gaps in care
- Other ACOs are addressing social determinants of health and improving health equity
About the speakers:
Brian Buesing, MBA
Vice President of Value-Based Care, Labcorp
Brian Buesing is an accomplished business leader with more than 25 years in healthcare and laboratory diagnostics. Much of his career has focused on driving product innovation and leading major commercial initiatives in the market. Brian is vice president of value-based care at Labcorp, directing strategy on ever-changing care delivery models, leading provider organization contracting, pioneering the use of laboratory data in population health management, and working with leading value-based care organizations to improve quality measures and financial performance through diagnostics.
He holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Texas and an MBA from the University of Colorado Boulder. He lives in Seattle with his wife and daughter.
Jennifer Ennis, MD, FACP
Medical Director of Clinical and Digital Solutions, Labcorp
Dr. Jennifer Ennis has served as a medical director at Labcorp since 2009. She oversees a team of clinicians who develop lab-based content and insights for Labcorp's portfolio of customer-facing technology solutions. Prior to this role, she served as medical director for value-based care solutions. Much of her career has been focused on developing lab-based programs to support providers and patients at the point of care, as well as population-level analytics to enhance care quality for provider organizations.
Dr. Ennis is also a practicing nephrologist at the University of Illinois Medical Center in Chicago. She received her MD from the University of Pittsburgh and completed her internal medicine residency and nephrology fellowship at the University of Chicago. She is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians.
Juliana Hawkins, MBA, MHA, CPC
Director of Operations, Imperium Health
Juliana Hawkins is the Director of Operations for ACO and commercial value-based programs at Imperium Health. She oversees Imperium’s largest field operations team and flagship multi-payer value-based program market. Prior to joining Imperium in 2019, Juliana served in key leadership roles at one of the largest multi-specialty physician-owned practices in Kentucky.
Juliana received a Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration and a Master of Science in Health Administration from Western Kentucky University. Juliana also holds a Master of Business Administration from Western Governor’s University and is certified by AAPC as a Certified Professional Coder.
Yates Lennon, MD, MMM
President, CHESS Health Solutions
Dr. Yates Lennon has served as the President at CHESS Health Solutions since 2021. He previously served as the chief transformation officer, engaging physicians and their staff to drive practice transformation. Dr. Lennon is nationally known for his work in quality, having served on the American Medical Group Association (AMGA) Quality Leadership Council and presently on the National Association of Accountable Care Organization’s Quality Committee. Prior to serving as the chief quality officer for Cornerstone Health Care before joining CHESS, Dr. Lennon was a practicing OB/GYN for 23 years.