Population Health Management During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Conducting population health management is challenging for most health care entities. Doing it during the COVID-19 pandemic makes it exponentially more difficult.
Provider support of chronic care patients has been achieved via telehealth more over the past year than ever before.
Being able to manage a population during a pandemic takes, at the very least, a new strategy. That’s due to the fact that there’s new data available about the impact on health care of social determinants of health (SDOH).
Discussions of population health management often focus on the analytics or interventions needed to carry it out. Although those are certainly relevant, there are three additional components that must be considered to successfully operationalize a population health strategy.
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