In this article, internists discuss how relationships with payors can help providers to optimize patient experience and outcomes.
Healthcare in the U.S. is expensive and doesn’t always achieve the best outcomes. In this article, internists discuss how population health may help rectify this problem.
Implementing a population health care model – a 5-year look-back by Nirav Vakharia, MD, Associate Chief for Value-Based Operations in Population Health.
Physicians who feel valued report less burnout. Michelle Medina, MD, Associate Chief for Clinical Operations in Population Health, gives insight on the transition to value based care.
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Cleveland Clinic Chief of Population Health Adam Myers, MD, and his leadership team provide an overview of population health efforts designed to meet the growing need for value-based care.
According to County Health Rankings, 80% of population health is related to social, economic, environmental and behavioral factors, versus 20% attributed to medical care. Cleveland Clinic’s Community Care Medical Director explains the importance of community health efforts and talks about response efforts to the COVID-19 pandemic.
U.S. database analyses show that risk of readmission for stroke is impacted by race (but not age or sex) and that stroke risk factor prevalence is surging most markedly in rural America.
Link between surgical outcomes and geographic measures of socioeconomic status and deprivation has important implications for population health and rankings of hospital quality. Jesse Schold, PhD, explains the findings of his recent study, and what it means for the future of healthcare.
Nationally recognized Maternal-Fetal Medicine specialist Edward Chien, MD, MBA, has been appointed Chair of the Department of Ob/Gyn. In this Q&A, Dr. Chien discusses what he views as the most exciting areas of opportunity in Ob/Gyn and his vision for Ob/Gyn care at Cleveland Clinic.
Cleveland Clinic’s ACNO of Care Coordination and Ambulatory Services shares insight on what the population health model looks like in practice and how organizations can transition to value-based care and measure its success.