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Population Health
It’s little wonder that regulatory and reimbursement initiatives are putting a spotlight on population health. By identifying and targeting patients that suffer from one or more chronic conditions hospitals and providers can improve quality of care, ensure care is delivered in the appropriate setting, and reduce overall costs.
 
Programs such as the Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) and continuously evolving business models such as ACOs and PCMHs represent innovative methods of managing medically fragile patients who generally have one or more chronic conditions and are Medicaid recipients.

iHealth's All-in-One Solution
iHealth’s population health solution allows you to stratify patients based upon their level of risk using both medical and demographic information. The care coordinator can further assess patients and re-stratify based upon a specific set of standards. This allows you to reduce a large patient base to those that fit your criteria.
 
Integrated assessment tools within the iHealth platform allow the care coordinator to streamline the stratification process and then enroll patients into a managed care program.  More importantly the platform incorporates strong analytical capabilities to track quality metrics and ensure patients are trending appropriately.
 
Not only does the platform support population health initiatives, it allows you to integrate these activities with revenue cycle management activities as well as care coordination. This maximizes revenues while supporting a broad range of care management activities.

The iHealth platform helps you:
  • Measure clinician performance
  • Get ahead of the curve on evidence-based treatment plans and clinical trials
  • Identify and avoid risks and costly medical errors in the care delivery process
  • Compare and benchmark outcomes to those of thousands of other patients
  • Target community programs based on health selections

Why worry about population health? Chronic diseases are responsible for 7 out of 10 deaths each year, and treating people with chronic diseases accounts for 86% of our nation’s healthcare costs. These conditions affect 25% of adults and three out of four people over the age of 65.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Find out how iHealth uses population health management to address chronic diseases and better population health.