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

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Presented on: Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Presented by: Tom Lundquist, MD and Trina Histon, PhD

Leaders from Kaiser Permanente and Mountain States Health Alliance reveal proven models for fostering patient engagement under population health.

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Pubcode: YK102313D
Price: $279

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

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A key requirement of population health management is getting patients more involved in self-management and the modification of their own risk factors. Yet patient compliance has proved challenging in the past. How can healthcare organizations better engage and empower patients in their own care?

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


Agenda

  • The view from Integrated Solutions Health Network & AnewCare Collaborative
    • Medical home approach: the bedrock of patient engagement
    • Tools for provider and patient engagement
      • Data analytics
      • Current model of care coordination and the care coordinator role
      • Payment through global shared savings mechanism
    • Community setting, e.g., Appalachian Transitions at Home program
      • Sustainability
      • Partnership with East Tennessee State University Medical School
    • Working with payers
      • Provider-owned health plan, CrestPoint Health
      • Other payers in the future
    • Future challenges and opportunities
  • The view from Kaiser Permanente
    • KP’s Total Health strategy and its implications for  population health
      • Role of  of care delivery & partnerships
      • Policy and practice (intersections)
    • Community connections
  • Optimizing community partnerships
  • Engaging the community in health
    • Segmenting  populations for health
      • Patients and EHR data
      • The potential for Big Data
    • The new view of population health