Population Health Collection

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Population Health Collection

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Shaped by recent mandates around accountability and value-based care, the new healthcare culture is centered on the patient. Population Health has become a leading imperative as organizations strive to manage risk, reduce readmissions, and deliver exceptional care quality.

The Population Health Collection combines the most effective and innovative strategies for improving population management as tested by the nation’s top organizations.

Titles in the collection include:

  • REPORT - Population Health Management: Steps to Risk Sharing and Data Analytics  
  • WEBCAST - Patient Engagement for Population Health: The Kaiser Permanente & MSHA Models
  • SIMULCAST - HealthLeaders Media LIVE From Memorial Hermann: The Readmissions Master Plan
  • WEBCAST - Physician Compensation Models and Metrics Under Population-Based Reimbursement

 

Population Health Management: Steps to Risk Sharing and Data Analytics  

This report reveals how better collaboration and mastery of data analytics can help you build a successful integrated and collaborative network for population health management.

You'll learn answers to key strategic questions:

  • What investments are organizations making over the next three years in pursuit of population health?
  • How are Geisinger and xG Health Solutions managing the pace of population health implementation with strength in IT and data analytics, while addressing financial unknowns?
  • How is Lancaster General Health using its involvement with an ACO to gain hands-on experience in areas that will be important for population health management?
  • Which new skills has the Jefferson School of Population Health identified as necessary for physician executives, IT, finance, and clinician?
  • How do you build relationships across the care continuum to align with population health objectives in a shared-risk environment?


Patient Engagement for Population Health: The Kaiser Permanente & MSHA Models

Clinical improvement leaders from Kaiser Permanente and Mountain States Health Alliance reveal proven models for fostering patient engagement through care coordination, technological innovation, and community outreach.

At the conclusion of this webcast, participants will be able to:

  • Assess the tools available to providers for patient engagement
  • Understand the various payment mechanisms and investments surrounding population health management
  • Leverage EMR data to effectively track and manage patient behaviors
  • Develop partnerships to fulfill niche requirements of patient engagement, whilst broadening your organization’s community footprint
  • Learn innovative methodologies for reaching and motivating patients, based on peer best practices

 

HealthLeaders Media LIVE From Memorial Hermann: The Readmissions Master Plan

Find out how Memorial Hermann has cut readmissions through better communication, systemic accountability, and improved care for high-risk patients.

At the conclusion of this webcast, participants will be able to:

  • Learn how to tag high-risk patients earlier and enforce systemic accountability across the care continuum.
  • Discover how a clinic-based case management team can close the inpatient-to-ambulatory gap.
  • See how to combine home health nursing, care team coordination, and telemonitoring technology to better support high-risk populations.

 

Physician Compensation Models and Metrics Under Population-Based Reimbursement

Experts from Banner Health Network and Blue Cross Blue Shield of AZ discuss strategies and metrics for implementing a value-based model of physician compensation.

At the conclusion of this webcast, participants will be able to:

  • Explain the shift in physician reimbursement and the implications of the new population-based model
  • Understand necessary process changes surrounding physician compensation
  • Gain proven strategies through real-life examples from Banner Health Network and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona
  • Create an organization-specific set of compensation metrics centered on quality, access, and patient experience