Sea Girt NJ USA -- August 23, 2012: In the two years since its passage, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) has sent major ripples across the healthcare landscape. ACA has also underscored the value of disease management in population health as a strategy to improve health outcomes and slam the brakes on healthcare spend.
To illustrate the contributions of disease management across the care continuum, the Healthcare Intelligence Network has compiled 38 Disease Management Metrics: Population Health Benchmarks to Drive Accountable Care.
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Through a series of 38 graphs and charts, this 35-page resource dives deep into several years of market research to document the role and outcomes of disease management in 11 key areas, as well as the high-focus diseases and health conditions of these initiatives:
- Obesity and Weight Management
- Diabetes Management
- Healthcare Case Management
- Medication Adherence
- Reducing Hospital Readmissions
- Care Transitions Management
- Patient Registries
- Health Risk Assessments
- Reducing Avoidable Emergency Room Visits
- Health and Wellness Incentives
- Health Coaching
This collection of metrics affirms that while the "silo" model for disease management still exists, a more integrated approach to population health is taking shape, of which disease management for individuals with chronic illness is a critical layer.
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