Population Health: Investing in a Risk-Based Future

Quick Overview

Population health management is fast approaching a tipping point as providers are increasingly taking on risk and expanding their networks.

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Pubcode: INTEL1015
Price: $399

The move to population health management is now well underway; organizations are exploring strategic initiatives, executing mergers and acquisitions, investigating risk-based financial models, and investing in IT infrastructure. 

This new report, Population Health: Investing for a Risk-Based Future examines how organizations are taking on risk and exploring new financial risk structures to support a successful population health program. 

With this report, you will: 

  • Learn what strategic initiatives are most popular for improving the health of a defined population. 
  • Discover what healthcare leaders say are the top three IT infrastructure investments. 
  • Find out how Sentara Healthcare uses clinical integration as part of their population health strategy 
  • Explore what financial risk structures healthcare leaders are planning to use within three years. 
  • Read how Virtua created a community-based health manager program that is significantly reducing the average cost per patient. 
  • Discover the initiatives Tift Regional Health System is undergoing as it transitions to a population health model. 

This month’s report includes: 

  • Three enlightening case studies from: Sentara Healthcare, Tift Regional Health System, Virtua 
  • Analysis and key takeaways drawn from our survey research 
  • Recommendations from the HealthLeaders Media research team 
  • A meeting guide to share with your organization 

You can use this report to: 

  • Track the latest trends in population health 
  • Gauge your organization's performance and progress compared to peer organizations 
  • Gather insights and advice from industry experts, peer leaders, and the experiences of case study organizations 
  • Access discussion questions that can aid your organization in forming strategies for population health management