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The move from fee-for-service to value-based healthcare is driving the need for increased capabilities in population health management, including addressing all of the areas that may impact a person's health.
There is growing recognition that a broad range of social, economic and environmental factors shape an individual's health, according to the New England Journal of Medicine. In fact, 60 percent of premature deaths are due to either individual behaviors or social and environmental factors.
Healthcare providers who adopt value-based reimbursement models have an economic interest in all of the factors that impact a person's health and providers must develop new skills and data gathering capabilities and forge community partnerships to understand and impact these factors.
As part of its Accountable Health Communities (AHC) model, CMS is currently reviewing applications for programs that test whether increased awareness of and access to services addressing health-related social needs will impact total healthcare costs and improve health and quality of care for Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries in targeted communities.
During Social Determinants and Population Health: Moving Beyond Clinical Data in a Value-Based Healthcare System, a December 8th webinar, now available for replay, Dr. Randall Williams, chief executive officer, Pharos Innovations, shares his insight on the opportunity available to providers to impact population health beyond traditional clinical factors.
- Why social determinants are playing a greater role in a population health management strategy;
- What processes and technology providers will need to put into place to assess and address social determinants;
- How care model designs can be enhanced through a focus on social determinants; and
- The impact of social determinants on core measures, outcomes and cost.
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