STRATEGIES FOR CHRONIC CARE IS GROUNDED IN POPULATION HEALTH MANAGEMENT
Population health management is an approach considered to be fundamental to the transformation of healthcare and an integral part of the Quadruple Aim to improve the patient experience of care, improve the health of populations, and reduce the per capita cost of healthcare, and improve provider satisfaction.1
The objective of Strategies for Chronic Care™ is to help providers better manage their population of chronic care patients across the care continuum. Strategies for Chronic Care provides resources for providers and patients with an emphasis on team-based, patient-centric care, treatment adherence, and patient self-management.
–POPULATION HEALTH MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES TO HELP ACHIEVE THE QUADRUPLE AIM1–
- Patient Activation Assessments
- Patient Outcomes Support (Education)
- Patient/Provider Engagement Through Motivational Interviewing