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Leading Population Health Management Solutions Provider Offers Tips and Tricks to Maximize the Planned Visit

Santa Rosa, CA (PRWEB) January 08, 2014

i2i Systems, the pioneer and leading provider of population health management and business intelligence solutions, is providing expert insight into transforming the operational and clinical flow of the Planned Visit. In an upcoming release of a webcast entitled, "Maximizing the Planned Visit,” Shannon Nielson, MHSA, CCE-PCMH, Product and Compliance Manager of Health Partners Consulting, helps health care organizations discover techniques to drive improvement in the outcomes of their patients.

In this highly acclaimed presentation, available on Wednesday, January 22, 2014, Shannon provides essential tips for effectively utilizing the Planned Visit as part of the Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) transformation process.

Viewers will gain an in-depth understanding of the ways that i2iTracks - i2i Systems' leading population health management and business analytics solution - helps optimize performance and productivity, and drive improvement of health outcomes. i2iTracks’ tools will be demonstrated, including the Custom Data Integrator (CDI), patient searches, population health analytics reporting, a morning huddle report option, and more!

Additional highlights from the Webcast include:

  •     Proven steps for preparing and implementing a successful Planned Visit
  •     Three essential components of a Planned Chronic Condition Visit Sheet
  •     How to make the most effective use of the After-Visit Summary and why it promotes quality care
  •     Proven tools to support effective Post-Visit Follow Up
  •     Why chronic care requires Self-Management goals and resources
  •     Best practices for using a Patient-Visit Summary form

This is critical viewing for any health care team member seeking to elevate their delivery of quality care and understand how population health management and data analytics technology supports their efforts. For more information and to view the webcast on its release date, visit

About i2i Systems

Founded in 2000, i2i Systems is a pioneer and leading provider of population health management and business intelligence solutions. Our team of health information technology, analytics, clinical, and quality improvement professionals is focused exclusively on creating healthier populations by partnering with and empowering health care organizations to deliver the highest quality care. We provide actionable solutions through smart technology that supports easier and greater access to data, and improves the efficiency of health care teams. Our goal is to enable dedicated providers to practice superior care by supporting them with a tightly integrated system of software, services and community resources. For more information, visit

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