BOSTON, Oct. 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Improving assessment of patient risk at hospital admission guides patient care and facilitates epidemiologic analyses. New research conducted by Health Data Analytics Institute (HDAI), in collaboration with researchers at the Cleveland Clinic, is being presented as a featured abstract at the 2022 Annual meeting of the American Society of Anesthesiologists on October 22 in New Orleans and will soon be published as a feature article in Anesthesiology, the Society’s journal. The data show that predictive modeling based on administrative claims history provides individualized patient risk profiles at hospital admission that can guide patient management. The report is titled “Risk Stratification Index 3.0, a Broad Set of Models for Predicting Adverse Events During and After Hospital Admission.”
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George has over two decades of consulting, business development and client success experience in health care, working with both providers and payers to address their most pressing challenges. The bulk of his healthcare career was with The Advisory Board, Optum, Premier and Verisk Health, with a focus on risk mitigation, value-based care and population health management. He is deeply passionate about helping healthcare organizations do their best for their patients and beneficiaries.
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