New Analysis in the New England Journal Finds the Leveraging of IT for Population Health to be Inadequate

Jan. 14, 2019

A new analysis published in The New England Journal of Medicine, and looking at the policy, payment, and information technology elements around population health program development, concludes that healthcare leaders need to considerably up their game around all those elements, if they are to make population health management successful at scale.

As the authors noted in the article, “A growing body of research supports the value of investments outside healthcare for improving health and fiscal outcomes, and many pilot programs are investigating how to implement such an approach. On a population level, however, much work remains to be done.”

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