Intelligence Report: Population Health Management - Steps to Risk Sharing and Data Analytics

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Considering that population health management will rely a great deal on the analysis of integrated sets of data, how would you describe the skills of your data analytics team?

Population health management demands new skills and competencies often not found in provider organizations. We would expect more health systems than hospitals to characterize themselves as being skilled at data-related activities, and that is the case with data analytics. Small hospitals are less confident of their data analytics skills than large and medium hospitals.


About this Report:

This report shows how mastery of data analytics and shared risks across the care continuum can drive a winning population health management program.

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More information about this report

This exclusive, original research and analysis offers key insight from top healthcare executives and clinical leaders, including:

  • Nearly all (90%) of healthcare leaders say their organization will pursue a population health strategy.
  • Two-thirds of health systems (66%) intend to improve population health by becoming adept at data analytics.
  • One-third (32%) expect to focus their early or pilot population health efforts on a population defined by a chronic condition.
  • Integrating clinical care data across the care continuum (66%) and adding data analytics capability (53%) top the list of population health management investments for the next three years.
  • Nearly two-thirds (63%) of healthcare leaders are pursuing partnerships with other providers to share risk while improving population health.





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