Guiding principles for understanding the full meaning and applications of the popularized term "population health."

Chairman & CEO, HealthCAWS

MPH@GW Community Manager Julie Potyraj on how crowdsourcing is being applied in healthcare to reduce costs and improve outcomes.

Community Manager, MPH@GW

Healthcare Evangelist Edwin Rivera shares details of LifeWallet’s new HealthFluence ecosystem.

Healthcare Evangelist, LifeWallet

Oak Street Health is on a mission to provide better care to people who often need it the most, older adults.

CEO, Oak Street Health

HealthPartners CEO Mary Brainerd describes the difference population health management has made for the nation’s largest consumer-governed nonprofit healthcare organization.

President & CEO, HealthPartners

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The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services issued the 2014 quality and financial performance results for Medicare Accountable Care Organizations. Our Chief Medical Officer Bruce Hamory explains that while ACOs are becoming more successful, challenges remain.

Partner and CMO, Health and Life Sciences, Oliver Wyman

Bruce Hamory, Oliver Wyman’s Chief Medical Officer, shares this perspective on last week’s Supreme Court ruling in King v. Burwell.

Partner and CMO, Health and Life Sciences, Oliver Wyman

Earlier this month, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released a final rule outlining changes to the Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP) that had been preliminarily proposed earlier this year.

Partner, Health and Life Sciences, Oliver Wyman

Oliver Wyman’s latest ACO Update report found that almost 70 percent of Americans now have access to accountable care organizations. The next step in the evolution of the model, says report author Niyum Gandhi, are program reforms that allow the best ACOs to invest in expanding.

CFO, Mount Sinai Health System

Despite well-publicized departures from Medicare’s Pioneer ACO Program, the number of accountable care organizations (ACOs) continued to rise in the past year, though at a slower pace than in 2013. Almost 70 percent of the U.S. population now lives in localities served by accountable care organizations, and 44 percent live in areas served by two or more.

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