Posts Tagged: case management

Population Health Initiatives Need to Take a More Holistic Approach

The ability to approach population health initiatives requires a holistic view of individual patients, the context of their community environment and the barriers that prevent access to resources. Continued, “siloed” use of claims and clinical data without socio-demographic and behavioral insight to define targeted patient populations will only provide a superficial view of those in need of strategic interventions.

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Do you have what it takes for successful patient engagement?

Never before has engaging patients been so critical to the growth and sustainability of healthcare providers and organizations. Whether the goal of patient engagement is to manage the health of a population, maximize patient satisfaction and loyalty, or transition to value-based care, providers cannot underestimate the power of actively identifying socio-demographic attributes of their patient populations.

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ACMA Conference Offers Opportunity for Case Managers to Become Change Agents

  The energy and excitement at the 2015 ACMA National Conference was tremendous as 1,500 attendees and professional clinicians came together to relax, have fun and most importantly, share information about our rapidly changing healthcare environment. For four days in Phoenix, AZ, case managers experienced the lighter side of care management through the rush of

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