Leaders' Guide to Population Health

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A compilation of evidence-based strategies for strengthening population health programs, tapped from the industry’s most progressive organizations.

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Leaders' Guide to Population Health

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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 Leaders' Guide to Population Health combines the most effective and innovative strategies for improving population management as tested by the nation’s top organizations.

Titles in the collection include:

  • SIMULCAST - LIVE from Intermountain Healthcare: Population Health Hot-Spotting
  • REPORT - Population Health: Investing in a Risk-Based Future 
  • WEBCAST - Integrating the ED and Urgent Care: St. Anthony's Care Coordination Model 
  • WEBCAST - Using Embedded Case Managers to Reduce Readmissions and Streamline Care


Intermountain HealthcareLIVE from Intermountain Healthcare: Population Health Hot-Spotting

See how Intermountain combines analytics, robust care coordination, a comprehensive care clinic, and home support to manage high-cost, high-utilization patients. Delivered in USB drive format, this in-depth webcast will help you:

  • Discover a new care management model proven to support better coordination across multiple specialties, departments, and care providers.
  • Find out how Intermountain’s comprehensive care clinic has driven primary care transformation and improved quality outcomes for complex patients.
  • Learn how to use analytics to better understand the common challenges with and needs of complex patients.
  • Understand the role that community resources play in helping patients better manage their own care.


Population Health: Investing in a Risk-Based FuturePopulation Health: Investing in a Risk-Based Future

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.

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.


Integrating the ED and Urgent CareIntegrating the ED and Urgent Care: St. Anthony's Care Coordination Model 

Leaders from St. Anthony’s reveal their model for integrating urgent care centers with hospitals and health systems, including lessons learned from development and key strategies for staffing, structuring, and streamlining the care continuum.

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

  • Learn how urgent care can fit into a broader coordinated care strategy and business model
  • Discover how a dedicated urgent care center can help the system accomplish the triple aim of providing the right care at the right place at the right time
  • Understand how emergency department staffers can collaborate best with urgent care centers to optimize treatment and resource utilization


Using Embedded Case Managers to Reduce ReadmissionsUsing Embedded Case Managers to Reduce Readmissions and Streamline Care

Assessing, planning, and coordinating care while trying to remain cost-effective has long been the goal of case management. Now, thanks to The Affordable Care Act, case management has the opportunity to make significant contributions to the healthcare delivery system, helping to improve healthcare quality and efficiency, decrease costs, and facilitate transitional care.

During this on-demand webcast, participants will:

  • Discover how the use of embedded case managers can help to reduce avoidable hospitalizations and readmissions
  • See where case managers can be utilized to free up physician and staff time during care transitions and follow-up
  • Learn how case managers can collaborate with primary care providers to improve the effectiveness of a patient’s prescribed care regimen 
  • Review the advantages of embedded vs. remote case managers
  • See which performance targets can be improved through case management programs