Healthcare Providers Are Missing Opportunities to Capture Data that Support Population Health Programs

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Allison M. Hart


Data aggregation is important at every stage of population health management. A surprisingly simple (and often overlooked) way healthcare teams can collect data and gain the insights they need to successfully execute population health plans is to leverage healthcare surveys like health risk assessment surveys, medication adherence surveys, remote health monitoring surveys and gaps in care surveys. A West study found many providers and healthcare organizations can do a better job using surveys to prop up their population health initiatives. In particular, teams can take advantage of opportunities to use surveys to help prevent and manage chronic conditions across high-risk, rising-risk and low-risk subpopulations of patients.


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