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Information transparency is vital to population health management, yet difficult to achieve

You’d think providing up-to-date, relevant information to physicians in your accountable care organization (ACO) would be easy. Share files, email data, and voila! Transparency! But it’s not that simple. Data transparency is critical for population health management (PHM) success; without it, physicians won’t trust data that shows sub-optimal care patterns or outlier behavior. Transparency requires […]
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Engagement: The top fundamental to successful population health management

Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) are in a unique position to engage patients faster and closer to the point of care than traditional models. This is true because of its reliance on population health management (PHM). Over the next few posts, we’ll discuss the five fundamental principles that drive PHM.