This blog was first published on March 24, 2010. It is edited and revised on its 7th anniversary.
Do you remember your parents or grandparents shouting into a telephone, forcing their voice to reach the other end? 518 more words
As value-based care becomes the primary focus of healthcare organizations, providers now need to broach Population Health Management and to manage it with risk stratification with a delicate balance. 874 more words
Population health has been defined as “the health outcomes of a group of individuals, including the distribution of such outcomes within the group.” Measuring population health and its distribution can unite groups across sectors around a set of clear, defined goals. 487 more words
What comes to mind when you think of someone who has suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI)? An athlete who plays a contact sport such as football or hockey, perhaps? 107 more words
Speaking of suicide again, have you thought about the way we talk about it? We say commit suicide. I have done it too.
One of my students in an online discussion raised this excellent point regarding the way we frame people into conditions through the use of our language. 134 more words
Yesterday I published a post about the Practical Playbook’s upcoming 2nd Annual National Meeting – Improving Population Health: Collaborative Strategies That Work. The conference will be taking place May 31 – June 2, 2017 at The Westin Washington D.C., City Center. 273 more words