Future-proofing pop health

Are you ready for population health 3.0 and beyond?

What can hospitals do now to prepare for the future of population health management? A lot, really.

Start by understanding what products will best meet your particular needs, know that social determinants of health and patient-generated data will only become more and more important and recognize that as pop health programs evolve so too, will hospitals’ expectations for the technologies that underpin them.

This special project looks at some of the specifics healthcare organizations must embrace to avoid being stuck in the past.

Essential reports and insights

News

Future-proofing population health: 3 pillars to embrace now

by Tom Sullivan

Early success stories in hospitals show how these emerging data types are fated to become critical to population health.

News

Checklist: 7 steps to future-proof pop health

by Bernie Monegain

Hint: It’s going to require working with a lot of hospital departments outside the IT shop.

10 technologies that support population health initiatives

by Intel

Population health initiatives are becoming increasingly important to healthcare providers.

Investment strategies

Drive pop health initiatives with the right investments

by Intel

We chat with Jennifer Esposito, general manager, health and life sciences, Intel Corporation.

White Papers / Webinar

Investing in Population Health Initiatives

by Intel

Providers recognize the importance of population health initiatives, but have concerns about funding and implementing.

Infographic

Why dedicated platforms are key for pop health initiatives

by Intel

A majority of healthcare providers believe pop health will significantly impact their organizations in the near future.

Healthcare providers tackle the top 3 population health challenges

by Intel

Healthcare providers tackle the top three population health challenges

News

Population health is in a major state of change

by Mike Miliard

While experts at the HIMSS Pop Health Forum point to a host of innovations, one thing seems certain: Value-based care is here to stay.

News and features to help you prepare

News

It takes a lot more than analytics to make population health work

by Mike Miliard

UMass Memorial exec says getting providers on board is a good first step, but workflow adjustments, a data-driven culture and coordination with community resources will deliver results.

News

Amazon, Cerner team up on pop health platform

by Jessica Davis

AWS will be working with the healthcare tech giant on its HealtheIntent platform to analyze clinical data and predict available treatment.

News

It’s true, politics slowed hospital population health spending

by Tom Sullivan
Plenty of people have speculated that all the back-and-forth concerning repealing or replacing the A
News

Michigan HIE adds alert tools to show social determinants of health

by Mike Miliard

Great Lakes Health Connect has tapped Holon Solutions' sensor technology to help it meet state Medicaid goals for population health.
 

News

Groups partner to better leverage HIEs for population health, quality improvement

by Mike Miliard

The Strategic Health Information Exchange Collaborative and Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement say the alliance will broaden their reach as they work to enable easier access to clinical, claims and social determinant data.

News

Epic's rival EHR vendors say they too are making the 'CHR' switch

by Tom Sullivan

Cerner, athenahealth and eClinicalWorks said they are incorporating new data types, such as social determinants, population health and precision medicine to make EHRs more “comprehensive.”

News

How unlicensed care coordinators bolster UCLA's population health program

by Bill Siwicki

These healthcare workers are a specially trained, the care coordination director says, and they are helping the system reduce costs.

News

Social determinants of health and the $1.7 trillion opportunity to slash spending

by Tom Sullivan

The potential to harness this data to both make people healthier and help hospitals and payers save money is enormous.