CoE-IHS Webinar: Population Health Part 2 – Measurement-informed Care

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Individuals experiencing co-occurring physical health, behavioral health and social determinants of health needs continue to face significant inequities based on racial, ethnic and economic challenges across all care settings.

Population health management (PHM) is a valuable tool that helps integrated care organizations identify, monitor and tailor care to specific populations experiencing health inequities. PHM strategies allow providers to effectively address social determinants of health and modify care plans to extend a comprehensive and whole-person care approach to populations with unique and diverse needs.

Join us Thursday, Jan. 31, 1-2 p.m. ET for the second session in our four-part webinar series and explore measurement-informed care strategies for population health in integrated care settings. 

After attending this webinar, you will be able to: 

  • Recognize key components of a strategic plan for utilizing population health strategies to improve patient outcomes within integrated care settings.
  • Understand how to select population health metrics based on key components of a strategic plan.
  • Identify strategies to use data as a tool for accelerating change, improving patient outcomes and increasing equity in integrated care.
  • Explore opportunities for collecting and utilizing data to understand and address social determinants of health and cultural and linguistic characteristics of populations within integrated care settings.

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