In 2014 CHOC began developing a vision for managing the health of at-risk populations. As a result of their innovative vision, in 2015 CHOC earned a grant to develop care guidelines for acute illnesses and conditions presenting in primary care clinics, leading to improvements in clinical outcomes and resource utilization.
How CHOC leveraged existing population health technology resources to provide analytics required for a federal grant focused on a large population of acutely ill children, by ingesting data from many disparate sources and being able to report the data back out to the federal government successfully
How acute, evidence based, care guidelines can help organizations control costs and improve clinical outcomes with the ability to manage a broader population than only those affected by chronic conditions
Understand how lessons learned from managing capitated, full-risk contracts can apply to larger, more general populations