Refining your approach to risk stratification

Three steps to identify actionable patients

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Risk stratification is the foundation of scalable population health management. Health care organizations often spend significant time and resources to identify their high- and rising-risk patient populations. However, despite these concerted efforts, many organizations find that those patient groups are still too large to inflect given finite clinical capacity and resources.

The most effective risk stratification takes a more nuanced approach: identifying highly actionable patients, not just high-risk patients.

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