Speaker: Shiva Chandrasekaran MD, FACP
Are you considering or have you recently started a role as a quality professional in a population health management organization? While the principles of quality improvement are universal, improving care for populations who receive care across multiple care settings over time requires a unique approach.
This webinar will provide context, address challenges, and describe key tactics to being successful in current population health management models such as accountable care organizations, payer provider entities, and bundled payment programs.
- Define key concepts relevant to population health management
- Consider the key challenges in ambulatory quality improvement
- Address primary motivators for key stakeholders
- Consider quality roles and quality improvement tactics in population health management programs
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National Association for Healthcare Quality
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Chicago, IL 60631
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1.00 CPHQ credits
0.00 CNE credits
0.00 ACHE credits
0.00 CME credits
$0.00 - Members
$39.00 - Nonmembers
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