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Population Health Management [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Another hot topic, intensively discussed in the healthcare community: Population Health Management (PHM). This HIN Infographic shows the benchmarks of their study. It’s no surprise to read the conclusion that successful PHM starts with the data and the data analysis. That means you need structured data and a system that understands the info that is gathered.

See it as telemonitoring with a mobile ECG device: first you need to get the info (ecg) in, then you need to understand the data (is it an arrhythmic heart?).

Another hot topic, intensively discussed in the healthcare community: Population Health Management (PHM). This HIN Infographic shows the benchmarks of their study. It’s no surprise to read the conclusion that successful PHM starts with the data and the data analysis. That means you need structured data and a system that understands the info that is gathered.

See it as telemonitoring with a mobile ECG device: first you need to get the info (ecg) in, then you need to understand the data (is it an arrhythmic heart?).

Next step: a well-defined workflow to respond to the information. Example: after a brief contact with the patient it’s clear that the medication wasn’t taken in the way it should.

With the PHM approach, 61% of the healthcare respondents expect an improvement of the medication adherence.

Infographic Health managementSource: HIN

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