Population Health Management

By: MAP Health Management  10/04/2016
Keywords: Population Health Management

Population health management helps you collect patient data across multiple levels and layers of technology resources and combine the analysis of that data into an actionable and comprehensive patient record - this allows treatment providers to improve clinical and financial outcomes. Due to changing regulations, providers are also in the process of making changes and updates. Along with change comes challenge and as the field of behavioral health transitions to value-based reimbursement there are a number of things to consider. As a provider, you will need to know how to… Effectively identify and manage increased accountability and risk. Increase patient engagement. Improve your treatment outcomes. Grow your operations and position your facility for continued success. The MAP Recovery Network Platform is a key resource to successfully handling the challenges of the new healthcare paradigm and empowers providers with the resources needed to prepare for the future of behavioral health.

Keywords: Population Health Management

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