Healthcare organizations are flooding with data. As more and more of California’s providers use health IT systems, the safety net has access to a wealth of new data about their patients and their community. We are helping these organizations to build a strong foundation of people, processes and technology to leverage that data to improve care and better serve the underserved.
Safety Net Analytics Program, Los Angeles (SNAP-LA)
The Center for Care Innovations, with a generous grant from Cedars-Sinai, launched the Safety Net Analytics Program, Los Angeles (SNAP-LA). This knowledge- and skill-building collaborative will teach a multi-disciplinary team from each participating organization how to engage with and manage data effectively, and then act as change agents to embed these practices throughout their organization. Emerging from these efforts is a data-driven culture that can better withstand the common problems that plague clinics such as staff turnover, changes in technology and increasing demands for new types of actionable data.
|Eisner Pediatric & Family Medical Center|
|JWCH Institute, Inc.|
|Los Angeles LGBT Center|
|South Central Family Health Center|
|The Achievable Foundation|
|UMMA Community Clinic|
|Westside Family Health Center|
Key Program Dates
SNAP-LA is structured into four modules. Pacing and depth of the curriculum will be informed by the needs of the participants as the program progresses. A faculty of national and local experts will help participants build the necessary elements of a proactive analytics program, moving along the spectrum from retrospective analysis (“what happened”) to predictive analysis (“what should we be doing”). The curriculum will be delivered primarily through in-person and web-based events.
December 14, 2016 - Kickoff Webinar
Click here to access the webinar slides and recording from CCI’s kickoff webinar on December 14, 2016 for the eight organizations participating in the Safety Net Analytics Program, Los Angeles (SNAP-LA).
January 26, 2017 - Webinar #2: ACA Results, Project Charter, and Cost-Benefit Analysis
Click here to access the webinar slides and recording from the second SNAP-LA Program webinar on January 26, 2017 covering the Analytics Capability Assessment, Project Roadmap and Charter, and cost-benefit analysis.
February 16, 2017 - In-Person Knowledge Building Session #1
Click here to access slides from our first Knowledge Building Session of SNAP-LA focused on the theme of “Managing Data as a Strategic Asset.”
March 22, 2017 - Webinar #3: Data Stewardship and the Role of the Data Steward
Click here to access the webinar slides and recording from the third SNAP-LA Program webinar on March 22, 2017 covering data stewardship and the role of data stewards.
April 24, 2017 - Webinar #4: Tools, Worksheets, and Checklists for Data Quality
Click here to access the webinar slides and recording from the fourth SNAP-LA Program webinar on April 24, 2017 covering tools, worksheets, and checklists for improving data quality.
May 12, 2017 - In-Person Knowledge Building Session #2
Click here to access slides from our second Knowledge Building Session of SNAP-LA focused on the theme of “Managing Data to Drive Action.”
June 22, 2017 - Webinar #5: A Case in Self-Service Analytics
June 29, 2017 - Online Training #1 - Leveraging i2i Systems: Creating and Updating a Data Dictionary
July 13, 2017 - Online Training #2 - Leveraging i2i Systems: Enlisting Data Stewards to Ensure Accurate, Complete Data
July 27, 2017 - Webinar #6: Design Thinking for Data Visualization
August 10, 2017 - Webinar #7: Tableau in Action
August 24, 2017 - Webinar #8: TBD
September 18, 2017 - In-Person Knowledge Building Session #3
Safety Net Analytics Program 2015
Sponsored by CCI in partnership with the California HealthCare Foundation, the 2015 Safety Net Analytics Program—or SNAP—provided training, resources and coaching to help health centers and primary care clinics build skills and tools to forge data into useful information and turn knowledge into meaningful action. Grants supported organizations over 14 months through a series of modules on leading analytics practices.
Learn more about SNAP 2015 in these briefs and case studies: