As a term, Population Health Management serves as a helpful starting point to describe the evolution of care delivery underway. Care delivery is transitioning from a system built around the reactive treatment of illness – with payment based on volume of services provided – to one that prioritizes the proactive care of chronic disease and active advancement of health and wellness – with a payment model that supports those goals. These emerging care and payment models have the potential to truly transform health and healthcare delivery. Yet, the journey towards value-based care is not without challenges and risks for providers. As providers navigate this evolving and uncertain terrain, they need an integrated approach that is guided by an overarching vision and aligns clinical, operational and financial models.
Thomas Graf, MD
Former National Director of Population Health Management
Dr. Graf brings nearly 25 years of experience in advancing healthcare delivery, reducing cost of care, and supporting continuous performance improvement. He applies his deep understanding of economic, social and regul...