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Managing Risk in Population Health Management

Elizabeth MillerIndustry Expert: Elizabeth Miller, vice president of care management at White Memorial Medical Center, part of Adventist Health.

Applying the lessons learned from an employee-based population health management program, Adventist Health is now rolling out a population health management program among its patient population.

During Managing Risk in Population Health Management, a 45-minute webinar on January 22nd, Ms. Miller will share the key features of the population health management program at White Memorial, the program's impact on Adventistís 27,000 employees and how the program is being rolled out to its patient population.

You will learn:

  • How to use risk analysis to determine the high impact areas to help employees and patients achieve health and wellness;
  • The key elements of an incentive structure used by White Memorial that led to a 96 percent program participation rate by its employee population;
  • Targeting high-risk populations with appropriate interventions;
  • Using strong messages to recruit and retain population health management program participants; and
  • The role of data analysis, big data and the patient portal in population health management.

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