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Managing Risk in Population Health Management, a 45-minute webinar on January 22, 2014, now available for replay
Managing Risk in Population Health Management, a 45-minute webinar on January 22, 2014, now available for replay
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Applying the lessons learned from an employee-based population health management program, Adventist Health is now rolling out a population health management program among its patient population.

Listen to pre-conference comments from Elizabeth Miller.

During Managing Risk in Population Health Management, a 45-minute webinar on January 22nd, Elizabeth Miller, vice president of care management at White Memorial Medical Center, part of Adventist Health, shares the key features of the population health management program at White Memorial, the program's impact on Adventist’s 27,000 employees and how the program is being rolled out to its patient population.

You will learn:

  • How to use risk analysis to determine the high impact areas to help employees and patients achieve health and wellness;
  • The key elements of an incentive structure used by White Memorial that led to a 96 percent program participation rate by its employee population;
  • Targeting high-risk populations with appropriate interventions;
  • Using strong messages to recruit and retain population health management program participants; and
  • The role of data analysis, big data and the patient portal in population health management.

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A single incentives type boosted population health engagement to almost 98 percent.

Elizabeth A. Miller, RN, MSN, is the vice president of care management, diabetes program at White Memorial Medical Center, Adventist Health. Ms. Miller is accountable for the daily operations of the care management team, nurse care managers, social workers and the diabetes program ensuring optimal patient flow through the healthcare continuum of care.

Ms. Miller is also a principal in EAM Consulting, providing consulting services in quality management, utilization management, care management and population health management.

Prior to joining Adventist Health, Ms. Miller was the director of clinical operations, medical services at Brown & Toland Physicians and vice president of healthcare services at Talbert Medical Group, Costa Mesa, Calif. Previously, she was the manager of the ambulatory services department and a care management educator at Physician WebLink; a certification specialist at the American Association of Critical Care Nurses; and a regional utilization management trainer at Private Healthcare Systems.

Ms. Miller is a registered nurse in California. She received an associate's degree in nursing from Modesto (Calif.) Community College, a bachelor's degree in nursing from California State University, Stanislaus, and a master's degree in nursing from California State University, Dominquez Hills.

Publication Date: January 22, 2014
Number of Pages: 45-minute webinar
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