Len Usvyat

Len Usvyat

Job Title: VP, Integrated Care Analytics

Company: Fresenius Medical Care North America

Len Usvyat is a Vice President of Integrated Care Analytics with Fresenius Medical Care North America Medical Office. Len holds a Master’s Degree from the University of Pennsylvania and PhD from the University of Maastricht in Netherlands. He has over 14 years of experience in data management, analytics, research, and epidemiology. He is responsible for supporting analytical efforts for Fresenius’s integrated care assets such as its pharmacy, vascular care centers, urgent care facilities, hospitalist group, and the Fresenius health plan. These efforts vary and include activities such as routine and custom reporting, predictive modeling, outcomes analysis, and research. Len also chairs the Predictive Analytics Steering Committee in FMCNA. Prior to working with the Medical Office, he worked with Renal Research Institute, FMCNA subsidiary, on a variety of research projects related to patient outcomes and quality reporting. Len has published over 40 manuscripts in peer reviewed journals.

Speaking at the following:

2.50pm - 3.20pm
Keynote Presentation: Improving predictive model adoption in a clinical healthcare environment

Improving predictive analytics understanding within your organization to create an agile response to insights extracted. How do you leverage insights from predictive models to treat and prevent chronic disease and help make that more transparent for the physician community? Integrating predictive analytics into the workflow to maximize service delivery.

3.20pm - 3.50pm
Panel Discussion: Shifting from a reactive to proactive approach to population health

Highlight the challenges fraught with transitioning to a preventative paradigm with increased focus on positive health outcomes. Best practices in aggregating clinical and claims data for segmentation and minimizing costs from treating chronically illness. What are patients doing when not in the hospital? Understanding behavioral patterns externally to the hospital and intrinsic connection to the… Read more.