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A Universal Operating Model for Population Health Management

February 20, 2017 — 12:00PM EST - 01:00PM EST
Orange County Convention Center
303A
Session ID: 
301

Description

While the goals are clear, the mechanics of implementation and operations of "population health" are currently a work-in-progress across the healthcare ecosystem. This talk outlines a universal framework for a Triple Aim-based operating model of population heath management, derived from extensive experience (successes and failures) bringing principles of process design, program and operations management, engineering and human factors into the planning and implementation of population health and systems-based practice with large health systems, managed care organizations and ambulatory care networks. The design of systems- based practice should account for and allow multiple payment models; in this talk, the speaker will define the functional requirements of population health infrastructure and operations, operating capabilities associated with bringing the requirements to life and interaction design that orchestrates the operating capabilities and their interface with other environmental factors and forces.

Learning Objectives: 

  • List the six functional requirements for designing, implementing and managing at population health infrastructure and association systems-of-practice
  • Evaluate organizational capacity to succeed in value-based care in terms of the seven fundamental operating capabilities
  • Design interactions both within-system and with the environment to support system-level and organizational goals for population health management
  • Recognize the three levels of performance for any systems-based practice

Audience: 

C-Suite
Nurse, CNO, CNIO
Physician, CMO, CMIO

Speaker(s): 

Level: 

Intermediate

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