People 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 to help integrated care organizations identify, monitor and tailor care to specific populations experiencing health inequities. PHM strategies can improve clinical pathways, advance health equity and reduce health disparities among marginalized communities, leading to improved patient care and financial outcomes.
Join us on Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2-3 p.m. ET for the first session in our four-part webinar series to learn the basic concepts of PHM and explore strategies to utilize population health within integrated care settings.
After attending this webinar, you will be able to:
• Understand the basic concepts of PHM.
• Recognize the value that PHM strategies bring to integrated care organizations, including optimizing resources, improving equitable care pathways, etc.
• Understand how to utilize population health approaches to support equitable integrated care and best meet the needs of marginalized communities.
• Identify opportunities to use PHM to support adopting changed clinical pathways post-COVID-19.