White paper: The four steps of population health management


Posted December 1, 2014 | Miles Snowden


chalkboard with a staircase drawing

Providers who are successfully delivering appropriate, cost-effective care have learned through experience that population health management involves four well-planned steps. A new Optum white paper, The Four Steps of Population Health Management, explains what they are:

  • Optimize network management. With physician referrals on the rise, network management has the potential to yield significant savings.
  • Manage care transitions. Through improved discharge planning and post-acute outreach, organizations can improve patients’ care and prevent costly hospital readmissions. 
  • Invest in in-home intervention. Providing in-home care to high-acuity patients can keep them on the road to recovery.
  • Expand chronic disease management. Directing chronic and complex case management to an organization’s full attributed population can improve clinical outcomes and reduce health care costs.

Fill out the short form to read the full white paper.

Please complete the form to download the white paper.
First Name:*
Last Name:*
Company Name:*
Which best describes your organization’s transition from Fee-for-Service to Fee-for-Value?*

(* required)