Top Data Points To Determine Appropriate Population Health Management Intervention Levels
Healthcare Performance Benchmarks
September 7, 2016 Vol. VII Issue 10

Top Data Points To Determine
Population Health Management Interventions

What Are the Top Data Points To Determine Appropriate Population Health Management Intervention Levels?Health risk assessments, electronic health records and claims data are the leading data points healthcare organizations use to determine an appropriate population health management intervention, according to the 2016 Healthcare Benchmarks: Population Health Management. The survey also identified six other data points healthcare organizations use to assign interventions.

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2016 Healthcare Benchmarks: Population Health Management 2016 Healthcare Benchmarks: Population Health Management drills down on the latest population health management (PHM) trends, including the prevalence of PHM initiatives, program components, targeted conditions, PHM care team members, challenges and ROI.

Now in its third edition, this 50-page resource analyzes responses of more than 100 healthcare organizations to HIN's third comprehensive industry survey on PHM trends administered in spring 2016. It delivers the latest metrics on current and future PHM initiatives, providing actionable data on the most effective PHM tools and workflows, risk identification strategies, communication and engagement tools, program delivery modalities, results and challenges, and much, much more.

This all-new research report is supported with more than 50 graphs and tables and describes many successes respondents have achieved with a PHM approach. Participating organizations also weigh in on the sustainability of a population health management approach.

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