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Effective Care Coordination Addresses All Determinants of Health


There are three principal factors that influence health outcomes.  These include the physical, behavioral, and social determinants of health.  Healthcare systems have traditionally focused on the physical and behavioral aspects… Read More

InfoMC’s David Nash Gives Healthcare Predictions for 2019, in Interview for Canton & Company!


Dr. David Nash, MD, MBA, Dean, Jefferson College of Population Health, is a board-certified internist who is internationally recognized for his work in public accountability for outcomes, physician leadership development,… Read More

Using Health Data and Analytics to Improve Health Outcomes


Attention to data and analytics is rapidly proliferating across health care delivery services and population management systems. There is a thirst for more information, while many healthcare executives will simultaneously… Read More

Achieving Medicaid Efficiency


Evolving shifts in the health reform agenda and funding processes are drawing greater attention to the challenges that states face in their Medicaid programs. A recent review in The Hill… Read More

Practical Solutions for Population Health Analytics


A number of challenges confound the use of administrative health data to identify and prioritize those who are at the greatest risk of poor health outcomes. Central challenges include the… Read More

Care Management Tools for Transitioning to Value Based Care


There is broad uncertainty about the evolving future of US health care reform initiatives.  Multiple sides are lining up to address the challenges and opportunities presented by the Affordable Care… Read More

Understanding the Social, Physical and Behavioral Determinants of Health in the Identification, Stratification, and Analytics of Population Health Management


Although there is increasing uncertainty about the future of the Affordable Care Act and the evolution of health reform, the commitment to improved population health outcomes will prevail regardless of… Read More

MACRA, Care Coordination, and Evolving Health Care Reform


Several recent reports suggest that approximately one-third of seniors rely on family members to help them coordinate their health care needs. Strikingly, another third report that no one helps them… Read More

Health Information Technology and Population Health Management


In order to achieve the goals of better and more affordable health care that leads to improved population health, a strong health information technology ecosystem is required. These systems must… Read More