The Promise of Population Health: Driving Value Based Care Success with Scalable, Equitable, and Impactful Remote Monitoring
Population health leaders must define and implement a robust broad-based virtual care strategy to improve clinical and financial outcomes, while positioning their organizations for long-term success under value-based care. That’s a daunting task!
Learn how executives prioritize sustainability and realize staffing efficiencies while advancing equitable, accessible care for all patients: leveraging population health combined with accessible remote monitoring to drive the quadruple aim without compromising on financial success.
Attendees will be able to:
- Identify and address poorly served but lucrative areas of care, such as behavioral health, social determinants of health, opioid dependence, and maternal health, where traditional RPM is neither financially nor technologically feasible
- Select technology to bridge the digital device and improve health equity while simultaneously optimizing top-of-license clinical scalability for chronic care management
- Develop strategic rational and assess the projected returns on investment for remote monitoring based on population type: contract, condition, and existing or planned clinical resources
- Bonus: Study and avoid the most common pitfalls similar leaders encounter when attempting to scale digital engagement technologies to vulnerable populations
Jaan Sidorov, MD
President of the Board of Directors, Population Health Alliance
CEO and Co-Founder of CareSignal