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What You'll Learn
The economics of population health management are predicated on the retention of low-risk patients—the 60-80% of the patients who are healthy or have one relatively well-managed chronic condition—as these patients generate the investment dollars necessary to support the remainder of the care management infrastructure.
To fully capitalize on this patient population, health systems must focus on three key goals:
- Meet all necessary preventive care needs for this population in a manner that is efficient for both patient and provider
- Provide easy, convenient patient access to care.
- Establish a long-term relationship with these patients by retaining them in their network over time
Presenter: Rebecca Leibowitz