Patrick McGill

MD, EVP, Chief Analytics Officer, Network Analytics

Community Health Network

Dr. Patrick McGill serves as the Executive Vice President, Chief Analytics Officer for Community Health Network.  In addition to serving on the Network Executive Leadership Team, he leads the Office of Network Analytics, Information Technology, Performance Improvement and Informatics.  Most recently, he served as the Senior Vice President for Clinical Strategy, overseeing programs to reduce clinical variation, strategies for growth and the transition towards value based care.  Prior, he served as the Vice President of Clinical Transformation.  Additionally, Dr. McGill has special interests in clinical data and analytics, patient safety, population health, office workflow efficiency and waste reduction.  Dr. McGill is a certified Green belt in Lean/Six Sigma.

Born and raised outside of Atlanta, GA, Dr. McGill attended the University of Georgia in Athens, GA graduating Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry.  He received his medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, GA and completed his residency at Ball Memorial Hospital in Muncie, IN.  Prior to joining Community Physician Network in 2010, he practiced Family Medicine in Pendleton, IN.   He is board certified in Family Medicine and continues to see patients at South Indy Family Practice.

 


All Sessions by Patrick McGill

Printer Friendly See Full Agenda

Day 1: Dec 2, 2020

2:30 pm

2:30 pm

Clinical Transformation

Implement Clinical Transformation to Drive a Data-Centred Culture That Prioritizes Patient Outcomes

The future of healthcare is going to be a mix of technology and human-centered interactions. Healthcare organizations must prepare by placing more of an emphasis on data analytics and by building  better patient journeys to feed patient-centered algorithms. Create a data-driven strategy to:

  • Put method improvement models into place to improve clinical efficiency and remove waste
  • Create a data-literate culture that can read, understand and interpret patient data
  • Marry data analytics and process improvements to drive improved patient outcomes
  • Establish formal governance structures that incorporate patient-centered approaches to healthcare

Determine how to transform your organization to embody a more data-centric culture.

Day 2: Dec 3, 2020