Epstein Becker Green and EBG Advisors hosted the sixth webinar in a series focusing on emerging trends in population health. The session provided a dynamic overview of the way traditional programs such as utilization management, disease management, wellness and case management are being re-defined and implemented within a “population health” framework.

The webinar, scheduled for March 25, 2014, at 12:00 p.m. ET, was led by Frederic S. Goldstein, interim executive director and chair of the board, Population Health Alliance. The Population Health Alliance is known for its innovative efforts to track population health trends and educate on ways to improve clinical and financial outcomes.

“Population health management strategies are evolving at a rapid pace in today’s healthcare marketplace,” Mr. Goldstein said. “We believe a health care system that systematically, and through innovation, applies the principles of population health improvement leads to measurably better health outcomes for individuals and populations.”

During this webinar, Mr. Goldstein:

  • Provided a short history of the term “population health”
  • Highlighted the population health framework and delivery system used by the Population Health Alliance
  • Detailed some of the key activities that support population health programs
  • Assessed how to best achieve meaningful clinical and financial outcomes

“These sessions offer participants informative and insightful guidance on how population health activities are transforming the health care paradigm,” said Mark Lutes, member of Washington, DC-based Epstein Becker Green and EBG Advisors, Inc.  “From the Affordable Care Act and data analytics to advancement in health IT systems, a number of factors are having significant impact on the health care delivery system.”


The Speakers

Frederic S. Goldstein

Mr. Goldstein is the founder and president of Accountable Health, LLC and interim executive director and chair of the board for Population Health Alliance. He has more than 25 years of senior management experience in the health care industry encompassing disease management and wellness, HMO, hospital and physician group operations, strategic planning, mHealth, marketing, product development, network development and government affairs.

Mark Lutes

Mr. Lutes, member, Epstein Becker Green and EBG Advisors, Inc., has practiced with the firm for 26 years and offers strategic counsel on health policy and reimbursement strategy. He will moderate the session.  

Speaker Series Overview: Thought Leaders in Population Health

The webinar series offers participants informative and insightful guidance on how population health strategies are transforming the health care paradigm as the industry moves towards the measurement and management of integrated delivery systems such as accountable care organizations (ACOs).  All previous webinar programs can be viewed online. 

About the Population Health Alliance

The Population Health Alliance (PHA) is a global trade association of the population health industry. Its more than 80 members represent stakeholders from across the healthcare delivery system that seek to improve health outcomes, optimize medical and administrative spend, and drive affordability. Through its robust advocacy, research and education initiatives, the PHA offers members a forum to advance shared learning and applied research to further innovation and establish best practices in the population health field.

Visit www.populationhealthalliance.org for more information.

Event Detail

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm ET
Webinar (ET)
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