The TBM Council Vertical Industry Workgroups foster collaboration between senior technology leaders to tackle a growing need: how do we apply TBM to the challenges of a specifically vertical industry. The 2019 Workgroup Verticals are Healthcare (providers and payers), Banking, Insurance, Manufacturing, and State Government. They provide opportunities for you to connect with your industry peers to share insights and gain knowledge. The purpose of the workgroups is to develop thought leadership, an industry-specific TBM taxonomy, and other best practices to accelerate TBM adoption and value in today's enterprises. In 2019, each Workgroup will focus on defining a vertical-specific extension to the standard TBM Taxonomy along with associated use cases and outcomes.
Join your peers in the healthcare space with representatives from companies such as Intermountain Healthcare, Kaiser Permanente, United Health, Cleveland Clinic, Marshfield Clinich Health System, and UPMC. The 2019 Healthcare workgroup will be focusing on creating a healthcare-specific Business Service Taxonomy Extension to the TBM Taxonomy (created by the TBM Council). They will accomplish this by:
Defining Five Use Cases to answer, "What are the big things that we, in healthcare, would need to accomplish with TBm via the taxonomy, model, data, and tools?",
Developing a set of key metrics and KPIs that align the the use cases and are important in healthcare, and
Demonstrating key Healthcare Business Capabilities.
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2019 Healthcare Workgroup Virtual Presentation
- How are your industry peers defining IT services supporting both Provider and Payer business capabilities, such as Clinical Services, Patient Support & Engagement, Care Management, Claim Management, Actuarial & Underwriting and more?
- How are they creating and using transparency of cost and consumption to optimize healthcare such as improved patient outcomes, health data analytics, or reduced billing days?
- How are they looking at technologies that aren’t traditionally IT but are a core part of the healthcare IT estate, such as medical devices?