Webinar: 5 ways payers and health plans gain value with NLP

Webinar
March 12, 2019
Venue: Online webinar

When: Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Time: 12:00 - 1:00pm EDT; 9:00 - 10:00am PDT; 4:00 - 5:00pm GMT

Duration: 60 minutes.

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New sources of unstructured data about members are opening up for payers and health plans. Significant insights can be gained from medical records in PDF format, call center notes and EHR exports, but many of these insights are trapped in text. Enterprise Natural Language Processing (NLP) technologies extract value from these data sets, freeing the insights and features trapped in medical records to improve business processes and efficiency. 

In this webinar you will learn how NLP enables you to:

  1. Power predictive and risk stratification models with disease severity and Social Determinants of Health features
  2. Improve the efficiency of HEDIS quality measure extraction
  3. Automate Clinical Review to reduce the manual burden of reviewing medical records
  4. Support call center analytics to route, classify and track tends in calls
  5. Assess the disease comorbidities associated with each member to support risk adjustment

Speakers: Simon Beaulah, Senior Director Healthcare; Application Scientists.

About the speakers:

Simon Beaulah is responsible for Linguamatics’ healthcare products and solutions including applications in the areas of clinical risk models, population health, and medical research. 

Previously, Simon was Marketing Director, Translational Medicine at IDBS/InforSense where he was responsible for the company’s market analysis, product marketing and Go To Market strategy in healthcare analytics and translational medicine. Prior to IDBS, he was Director of Product Management at BioWisdom, where he was responsible for delivery of customer projects using the company’s ontology products. He also worked as a senior product manager at LION Bioscience and Synomics, and as a software developer at the UK’s Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council. Simon has degrees from Aston University and Cranfield Institute of Technology.