population health management

Use population health to fight substance abuse: Tips for MCOsFind out how the American College of Physicians says population health data can decrease opioid addiction and abuse.
Physician shortages may affect population health strategiesBy 2025, the United States could be facing a shortage ranging from 34,600 to 88,000 physicians in total. Find out how this could affect population health initiatives.
Pop health project finds new ties between health, finances, locationPopulation health data strategies are finding connections between better health and better quality of living.
Hospital pop health program increases cancer screenings, patient engagementA hospital system is adapting population health data to create a blueprint for a cost savings patient care program.
New C-suite position to watch: Chief experience officers
New C-suite position to watch: Chief experience officersChief experience officers improve the patient experience—and the experience of caregivers.
Can data analytics aid in end-of-life care decisions?When it comes to clinicians discussing end-of-life care with patients and their families, too often decisions must be made quickly. Here’s how data analytics can help.
Top population health management challenges hospitals faceHospitals and health systems that treat some of the country’s most vulnerable populations face complex challenges when working to improve population health.
Four ways to get your data analytics team up to speed
Four ways to get your data analytics team up to speedDoes your analytics team have what it takes? Experts share their top recommendations.
Population health prioritized as key aspect of medical trainingThe AMA and medical schools across the country are placing new emphasis on population health management and value-based care.
Remote Patient Monitoring is a Wise Investment for PayersThe results of Geneia’s year-long study – a savings of $8,375 per patient and a slowing of disease progression – demonstrate that remote patient monitoring is a wise investment for payers.