Effective high-risk care management is built on the foundation of activating patients in primary care. But adding high-risk care management to an already demanding workload can fuel already high levels of burnout—a major concern, given that 45% of primary care physicians say they would quit if they could afford to.
Even the most advanced organizations struggle with the logistics of attributing high-risk patients to specific primary care clinics.
So how do you get PCPs to play an active role in high-risk patient care management without adding more their 'to-do' list? We've compiled five best practices to consider when devising your strategy: