Small Hospitals get a Hand with Population Health Management
Healthcare organizations across the United States all face a common dilemma of needing to constantly find ways to improve the health of their patient populations – not only for those patients' well-being, but also to improve their own financial health.
The key is to improve health status without breaking the bank – and that is especially important for the nation's more than 1,350 critical access hospitals, most with around 25 beds, that serve rural areas.
During the coronavirus pandemic, with small and rural hospitals having to cut costs even as they gird for an increase in COVID-19 patients, meeting that imperative is more challenging than ever.
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