Gabriel Orthous, MBA

 

 

Gabriel Orthous, MBA

Gabriel Orthous, MBA

Value-based Care Analytics Strategist at Himformatics & Professor at Sacred Heart University


Gabe Orthous, Analytics executive offering 18+ years of progressive experience as a value-based care strategic thinker and executor with a history of scaling and driving return on investment of complex HIT solutions.  Solid industry knowledge with a wealth of expertise in business Intelligence used in concert with various analytics tools to drive actionable insights. He is particularly accomplished in helping large healthcare systems and insurer organizations develop analytics strategies that are highly effective in raising quality levels, improving patient outcomes and reducing costs.  Mr. Orthous is currently an adjunct professor at Sacred Heart University Informatics Department. He is also an active contributor as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) for Cummings Graduate Institute for Behavioral Health Studies.
Mr. Orthous is a renowned international speaker, having delivered presentations across the U.S. and in Australia, South Africa and Italy.  He is the co-author of the best-selling book SAP BusinessObjects Web Intelligence: The Comprehensive Guide now in its fourth edition.  

Topics/Areas of Expertise:

  • Value Based Care Analytics
  • Population Health Management
  • Care Coordination and Care Transitions
  • Business Intelligence Competency Center expert
  • Dashboarding and Visualization expert and author
  • Financial Analytics, Quality reporting and Decision analytics
  • Mobile Analytics and Design Thinking for Innovation
  • Care Management analytics
  • Revenue Cycle Management
  • Quality-based reimbursement, accountable care organizations (ACO), patient centered medical home (PCMH), community quality management, pay-for-performance automation, clinical integration, care management, clinical workflow automation and semantic interoperability

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The “four questions” of the refocused psychotherapist [in the Biodyne Model] and the concept of the “onion/garlic” psychodynamic enabled me to not only conceptualize a case and plan treatment more rapidly, but to rise to a new level of professional confidence in meeting the behavioral care needs of my patients.

Dr. Gayle Cordes, DBH July 12, 2016

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