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Driving Speed to Value: Three Approaches to Population Health Management

by Jennifer Rogers | June 20, 2017

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This report delves into three case studies of different population health management strategies, examining the clinical and technology models. This research project is intended to increase PHM speed to value, helping to identify optimal health IT (HIT) enablement. This report combines the findings from these case studies with additional primary and secondary research to distill common themes and provide recommendations for other HCOs considering or already deploying a PHM strategy of their own.

The approaches taken by our three case study HCOs to PHM highlight a stark contrast in PHM strategies and technology models.

  • Trenton Health Team: Community collaborative and health information exchange that relies on a single-sourced HIT vendor;
  • Partners Healthcare: Large regional health system that has taken an extremely broad build-and-buy HIT portfolio approach;
  • Marshfield Clinical Health System: Vertically integrated health system that has developed and deployed a proprietary electronic health record and PHM integrated technology platform.

Recognizing there will never be a one-size-fits-all model that generates positive outcomes across all metrics, there is much to be learned from these early adopters that have been implementing PHM strategies for five or more years.

Report Length: 30 pages

Report Cost: $795 (Discounts for qualified provider organizations. Email John for details.)

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