Scott Roloff explains how his work in quantifying the outcome of healthcare costs can improve the quality of care.
He shares the different quality measures that health providers use and how employers can better rank their doctors. He discusses the different ways they measure ROI and the key analytics for finding their claims per day figure. For employers, it's examining the costs and length of time it takes for the employee to get better, along with risk adjustments, transparent analytics, and rank scoring systems.
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President, IntegerHealth Technologies
Summary of Qualifications
Scott is both a CPA and a lawyer, uniquely blending financial, legal and operational experience. He is also a certified management accountant, certified internal auditor and chartered global management accountant.
Scott is the president of IntegerHealth Technologies, which combines advanced analytics with medical expertise to quantify healthcare outcomes‒driving down the costs while improving the care for health plans and workers’ compensation programs.
Before joining IntegerHealth as one of its co-founders, Scott was the CFO or general counsel for companies in the healthcare, software and telecom industries, and he also led a wireless technology start-up in the Caribbean. Prior to going into industry, Scott was a corporate partner at the international law firm of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld where he focused on M&A, SEC and general corporate matters.
Public Risk, PRIMA's national magazine, published a case study “How Fort Worth Drove Down Workers’ Compensation Costs While Getting Injured Employees Better Care” documenting how IntegerHealth's analytics drove down the City of Fort Worth’s costs by 23%. There was a similar article by D Magazine about how Fort Worth used these analytics entitled “Doing the Impossible: Better Care at Lower Costs.”
American Bar Association (ABA)
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
Institute of Management Accountants
Texas State Bar
- Federal District Court‒Northern District of Texas
- United States Tax Court
Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants
Scott holds a BBA in Accounting from the University of Wisconsin‒Whitewater, an MBA from the University of Texas at Arlington, and a J.D. from Southern Methodist University (SMU), where he was the valedictorian of his law school class.
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