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Population Health Management:
Finding success in a new era of care

Three healthcare leaders who are making population health management work.

There is no one size fits all approach to population health management. What works for one hospital may not work for others. At hippo, we wanted to uncover just a few of the ways in which it is succeeding. We talked with three healthcare leaders to find out what has worked, how it worked and why.

Jeffery Brenner, MD

Founder and Executive Director

Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers

Implementing population health management practices is far from easy. Especially when you're like the Camden Coalition - working with three major hospital systems. Find out how they got their start, what they learned and where they are headed today. You'll discover why the right analysis, the right contacts and the right scale can have a significant impact on the success of the program. Read More

Mark Laney, MD

President and CEO

Heartland Health / Mosaic Life Care

Developing a population health management practice isn't something that can happen overnight. The process is complicated. Heartland Health understands these challenges. In 2011, they launched a radically new healthcare model called Mosaic Life Care, which includes several new Life Care Centers. The process, however, started years before as they laid a firm foundation – getting the right operations, quality and safety measures and proper infrastructure in place. Get their whole story. Read More

Ronald D. Guziak

President and CEO

Sun Health

As a community partner of Banner Health, Sun Health has evolved its programs to meet the needs of population health management. It began with a Medication Management program and moved to its Care Transitions program. With an 85 percent reduction in readmissions, the Care Transitions program has already made a significant impact. Find out what they are doing to further strengthen it. Read More