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Understanding the Costs and Risks


[By Dr. David Edward Marcinko MBA]

Gratefully, our book, Financial Management Strategies of Hospitals and Healthcare Organizations [Tools, Techniques, Case Studies and Checklists] has become an academic best seller.

It contains a chapter on Wellness and Population Health 2.0; included here for your review [By Jennifer Tomasik, Carey Huntington, and Fabian Poliak].                 .

Population Health

I am especially proud of this work.  This managerial book mimics the popular style of colleague Atul Gawande MD in his acclaimed work The Checklist Manifesto.

Why? All hospitals are still subject to the imperative: No Margin – No Mission.


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In an example of population health management and policy leadership, another colleague, David B. Nash MD MBA of the Wharton School, and Endowed Dean of Jefferson University Medical School [father of population health], even wrote the “Foreword”.

Click on this link to read it entirely.

Link: Foreword.Nash



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4 Responses

  1. Community Health Needs Assessments
    [An Opportunity to Bring Public Health and the Healthcare Delivery System Together to Improve Population Health]

    According to Michael A. Stoto PhD, population health is fundamentally about measuring health outcomes and their upstream determinants and using these measures to coordinate the efforts of public health agencies, the healthcare delivery system, and many other entities in the community to improve health.


    These measures monitor how well we are managing a responsibility that we all share, and help to set priorities. Managing a shared responsibility, however, is challenging: given the many factors that influence health, no single entity can be held accountable for health outcomes.



  2. High-achiever practices making waves in population health

    Effective population health management lies way down the road for many small and midsize physician practices currently struggling with the initial stages of EHR meaningful use.


    Nonetheless, they can look to practices at the vanguard of HIT adoption to get a sense for what’s possible.



  3. CM v UM v DM



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