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March, 2018

Stakeholders Prioritize Six Key Elements When Developing Strategies to Address Population Health Issues

Knowledge Edge Value, Quality, and Reimbursement | March 2018

Stakeholders Prioritize Six Key Elements When Developing Strategies to Address Population Health Issues

Although approaches to population health vary somewhat across stakeholders, they possess six common elements. Each stakeholder focuses on these elements, from basic to advanced levels.

  • Although lack of resources will limit stakeholder progress, they typically agree that success depends on strong outpatient care teams and ability to analyze and respond to data.
  • Individual stakeholders typically excel at some elements, while performing poorly on others. PBMs are more successful in data collection and management, whereas health systems perform best on care coordination due to their direct connection to patients and providers.

Stakeholders Prioritize Six Key Elements When Developing Strategies to Address Population Health Issues

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These and other findings can be found in Health Strategies Group’s recently released research Value-Based Provider Payment Models.

Key topics included in this research:

  • Defining Population Health
  • Population Health Strategies
  • Therapeutic Area Focus and Assessments
  • Biopharmaceutical Company Opportunities

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Visit our Value, Quality, and Reimbursement webpage to learn more about this research.

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