Three steps to prioritize population health interventions

3 steps to prioritize population health interventions

Patient prioritization is the key to population health management success—and all health care organizations have the data they need to begin segmenting their populations.

Explore three steps you can take to establish each patient’s current and future risk level, the root causes of the patient’s health risks, and which interventions would make the biggest impact.


Step 1: Segment and refine patient groups

Every provider has clinical data, from electronic medical records to laboratory and e-prescribing systems. Even clinical data from a simple disease registry can prove useful. Watch the clip

Step 2: Assess root cause

Population health managers should consider a broader set of risks, including social risk, geographic risk, and behavioral risk. In addition, the degree of patient engagement can make a big difference in which interventions are most appropriate and most effective. Watch the clip

Step 3: Take action

Meet your three patient populations

Each population segment has an intervention strategy appropriate for its level of risk. Learn more

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