Value-Based Healthcare Reporting, Analytics, & Survey Operations

Measuring outcomes linked to safety, effectiveness and quality of life

You can’t improve what you don’t measure. Quality improvement requires measurement and reporting of condition-specific indicators, patient safety measures (mortality analysis, healthcare-acquired infections, patient safety indicators, falls, etc.), patient experience metrics, readmission reports and service line-specific reports with national and local benchmarks. This is an essential element in the journey to deliver value-based healthcare to our patients.

Also, essential to value-based healthcare is the ongoing measurement of outcomes linked to safety, effectiveness and quality of life.

The Value-Based Healthcare Reporting and Analytics groups offers the following services:

  • Data management, analysis and reporting
  • Implementation and reporting of performance measurement indicators
  • Integration of data from multiple sources
  • Survey design and administration
  • Expertise and support for fulfillment of quality regulatory reporting initiatives


Sunni Barnes, PhD

Biostatistician; Director of the Value-Based Survey Operations & Quality Reporting

Dr. Barnes provides expertise to BSWH administrators and researchers on the design and statistical analysis of quality improvement projects across the health care system.

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David Nicewander

Director of the Value-Based Healthcare Analytics

Mr. Nicewander provides guidance on all aspects of analytics in the context of OCQO performance improvement and research activities.

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Marisa Valdes, RN, MSN, CPHQ

Director of the Value-Based Quality & Regulatory Operations

Ms. Valdes is responsible for keeping the quality teams abreast of regulatory matters that affect the measurement and reporting of BSWH performance metrics; collaborating with BSWH service lines, leaders and clinicians to develop reporting initiatives; overseeing specified facility and system surveys; establishing measure documentation protocols; and monitoring the BSWH data reported by external entities.

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