Employers, health plans and physician practices are being charged with managing the health of the population they serve under an increasingly value-based healthcare system. From low-risk patients to chronic, acute-risk patients, healthcare organizations must develop strategies for stratifying, communicating and engaging patients in population health management programs.
Listen to pre-conference comments from Patricia Curran.
During Population Health Management: Achieving Results in a Value-Based Healthcare System, a September 26, webinar, now available for replay, Patricia Curran, principal in Buck Consultants' National Clinical Practice, shared the types of population health management programs and how these programs can produce tangible results in terms of improved outcomes and costs savings.
- The key factors in achieving results from population health management initiatives;
- Data collection and risk stratification strategies to optimize population health management results;
- Communication strategies to engage consumers in population health management; and
- Results from population health management programs.
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WHO WILL BENEFIT FROM THIS CONFERENCE?
CEOs, medical directors, health plan executives, hospital executives, clinical and quality improvement executives, physician executives, and business development and strategic planning directors.
ABOUT OUR PANELIST:
Patricia Curran is a Principal in Buck Consultants' National Clinical Practice. Buck Consultants is a global HR consulting firm that helps organizations develop, deploy, and manage their workforce.
||Healthcare organizations should research four key areas before moving from a disease-focused to a population health management approach.
Ms. Curran joined Buck Consultants in 2003. She is a Registered Nurse with both a clinical and marketing background. She specializes in all areas of population health management - medical management, disease management, wellness and worksite solutions.
Prior to joining Buck, Ms. Curran's experience includes: wellness, high risk obstetrics, home care, utilization, case and disease management, women's health, maternity management, and healthcare data analytics. She joined Buck from one of the leading health management vendors, where she developed a very successful maternity management program and, later in her tenure, served as vice president of sales.
Ms. Curran is a licensed Registered Nurse in Maryland, New Jersey and the District of Columbia. She obtained her degrees from Brookdale College and Monmouth University in New Jersey.