Population Health Management

Population Health Management

Strategies, Tools, Applications, and Outcomes

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Population Health Management: Strategies, Tools, Applications, and Outcomes uniquely combines perspectives and concepts from community, public, and global health and aligns them with the essentials of health management. Written by leading experts in academia and industry, this text emphasizes the integration of management skills necessary to deliver quality care while producing successful outcomes sensitive to the needs of diverse populations.

Designed to be both student-friendly and comprehensive, this text utilizes various models, frameworks, case examples, chapter podcasts, and more to illustrate foundational knowledge and impart the skills necessary for health care managers to succeed throughout the health care sector. The book spans core topics such as community needs assessments, social determinants of health, the role of data analytics, managerial epidemiology, value-based care payment models, and new population health delivery models. COVID-19 examples throughout chapters illustrate population health management strategies solving real-world challenges. Practical and outcomes-driven, Population Health Management prepares students in health administration and management, public health, social work, allied health, and other health professions for the challenges of an evolving health care ecosystem and the changing roles in the health management workforce.

Key Features:

  • Highlights up-to-date topics focusing on social marketing, design thinking for innovation, adopting virtual care and telehealth strategies, and social marketing ideas
  • Introduces new population health management skills and tools such as the Social Vulnerability Index, Policy Map, PRAPARE, the PHM Framework, Design Thinking and Digital Messaging
  • Incorporates "Did You Know?" callouts, chapter-based podcasts, and discussion questions to help explain real-world situations and examples that students and health professionals may encounter as administrators and managers
  • Includes four full-length case studies focusing on the co-production of health, implementing a population health data analytics platform, health equity, and collaborative leadership
  • Connects chapter objectives with the National Center for Healthcare Leadership (NCHL) and the Public Health Foundation (PHF) competencies
  • Purchase includes full suite of instructor resources with Instructor's Manual, PowerPoint slides, test bank, and sample syllabus

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