Jeff   Becker

Jeff Becker

Senior Analyst Serving eBusiness & Channel Strategy Professionals

Jeff Becker is a senior analyst serving digital business strategy professionals. He is a passionate technology strategist working in the healthcare industry. Jeff is an expert on digital workflow optimization, clinical quality improvement, provider revenue recognition, and patient engagement strategies. His research helps guide healthcare organizations to create the right strategy that blends technology, people, and process to reduce the cost of care, increase the quality of care, and improve the patient experience.

Previous Work Experience

Prior to joining Forrester, Jeff was a managing consultant in Berkeley Research Group’s Health Information Technology Optimization practice, where he helped healthcare organizations implement enhanced electronic health record (EHR) workflows, clinical decision support algorithms, and automation strategies. Jeff has collaborated with healthcare organizations and EHR vendors across the United States, United Kingdom, and Middle East to improve care delivery, control costs, and reduce administrative burden. Jeff has advised on legal proceedings and private equity due diligence processes involving healthcare technology vendors. Jeff is a regularly published contributor to industry journals and healthcare information technology news outlets, covering business and regulatory developments in the healthcare technology market.

Education

Jeff earned a B.S. in business administration and an MBA in project management from Endicott College.

Jeff Becker

Senior Analyst Serving eBusiness & Channel Strategy Professionals

Jeff Becker is a senior analyst serving digital business strategy professionals. He is a passionate technology strategist working in the healthcare industry. Jeff is an expert on digital workflow optimization, clinical quality improvement, provider revenue recognition, and patient engagement strategies. His research helps guide healthcare organizations to create the right strategy that blends technology, people, and process to reduce the cost of care, increase the quality of care, and improve the patient experience.

Previous Work Experience

Prior to joining Forrester, Jeff was a managing consultant in Berkeley Research Group’s Health Information Technology Optimization practice, where he helped healthcare organizations implement enhanced electronic health record (EHR) workflows, clinical decision support algorithms, and automation strategies. Jeff has collaborated with healthcare organizations and EHR vendors across the United States, United Kingdom, and Middle East to improve care delivery, control costs, and reduce administrative burden. Jeff has advised on legal proceedings and private equity due diligence processes involving healthcare technology vendors. Jeff is a regularly published contributor to industry journals and healthcare information technology news outlets, covering business and regulatory developments in the healthcare technology market.

Education

Jeff earned a B.S. in business administration and an MBA in project management from Endicott College.

Jeff Becker's Research

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  • For CIO Professionals

    REPORT: How To Achieve The Healthcare Quadruple Aim With Artificial Intelligence

    Strategies For Success Today And Beyond

    April 30, 2019 Arielle Trzcinski, Kjell Carlsson, Ph.D., Jeff Becker

    When healthcare organizations (HCOs) deploy AI effectively, it enables them to achieve the Quadruple Aim. HCOs still face challenges executing on their AI strategies; however, many have seen early success. This report sheds light on successful use cases, brings lessons learned from AI deployments, and guides healthcare CIOs on how to push their AI investment forward. Learn how to accelerate your path toward getting started with AI or expand your current AI implementation in healthcare.

  • For eBusiness & Channel Strategy Professionals

    REPORT: How To Build A Healthcare IoT Platform

    Leverage An Adoption Road Map To Build Out A Successful Strategy

    March 22, 2019Jeff Becker

    Consumers are increasingly capturing personal health data, and the race is on to engage with them around it — putting it to use to improve their healthcare experience. This report looks at the internet of things (IoT) vendor market for healthcare and outlines the people, processes, and technologies needed turn patient-generated data into digital experiences that directly improve consumer health and set brands apart. Healthcare CIOs and digital business pros need to create compelling IoT strategies now or risk losing the market to more digitally engaged competitors.

  • For CIO Professionals

    REPORT: HIMSS19: Interoperability Will Drive More Personalization In Healthcare

    Highlights From Healthcare's Largest Industry Conference In 2019

    March 7, 2019 Arielle Trzcinski, Jeff Becker, Annalise Clayton

    The annual Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society's (HIMSS) conference brings together the biggest names in healthcare to discuss the year's hot topics and showcases the newest innovations and technologies that will drive change for the industry. HIMSS19 was dominated by interoperability, AI, and the shifting power of consumers. Healthcare CIOs should read this report to learn about key trends and understand how they'll affect ongoing digital health strategies.

  • For CIO Professionals

    REPORT: The Top Trends For Healthcare Providers In 2019

    March 6, 2019 Arielle Trzcinski, Jeff Becker, Annalise Clayton

    2019 marks a year of transition for healthcare delivery as a bevy of market forces will catalyze change. Providers are under threat from new entrants and disruptors, being pushed to take on more financial risk, and facing potential closure due to poor financial performance and the inability to meet the evolved needs of their customers. CIOs at healthcare providers need to be abreast of the top trends impacting providers in 2019 and respond in this dynamic environment.

  • For CIO Professionals

    REPORT: The Top Trends For Healthcare Insurers In 2019

    February 27, 2019Jeff Becker, Arielle Trzcinski

    In 2019, market consolidation and disruptive new entrants will force health plans to expand their core competencies if they hope to attract new members, reduce medical costs, and drive growth. Opportunity abounds for health plans that navigate these waters effectively, as the graying of the US population brings the potential for significant revenue growth, while emerging technologies drive improved member experience and cost savings. This report dissects the key health plan trends that healthcare CIOs will need to navigate in 2019 and offers guidance on how to respond.

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