While most healthcare leaders understand how to address population health and share many goals, they employ differing approaches and strategies for different populations.
In a partnership with Modern Healthcare Custom Media, Envolve is exploring the varied approaches healthcare executives take to improve member health by addressing larger population health issues. The resulting study included a survey of more than 600 payers and providers, and is designed to explore population health challenges and actions that organizations are undertaking to address their effect on member outcomes.
Perfecting Population Health Survey Brief
A recent survey found that while healthcare executives employ different approaches to addressing population health issues, most have centered their efforts on influencing the health of their members outside conventional clinical environments. This study offers important insights about how healthcare organizations approach population health management and their strategies for improving the health of their members.
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Modern Healthcare Custom Media, on behalf of Envolve Health, commissioned Signet Research, Inc., an independent company, to conduct a survey of healthcare professionals. The objective of this study was to understand how healthcare organizations approach population health management, including challenges they may encounter in efforts to improve health indicators for their patient populations.
An initial email was broadcast on May 28, 2019 by Modern Healthcare and delivered to 65,381 healthcare professionals who are Modern Healthcare subscribers asking them to click on a URL and participate in a survey. On May 30, 2019, a second email was sent to 65,830 of those healthcare professionals; and on June 5, 2019, a third and final email was sent to 67,989 health care professionals to encourage response. By the closing date of June 7, 2019, 640 returns had been received for a 0.9% response rate. The base used is total answering each question. The findings of this survey may be accepted as accurate, at a 95% confidence level, within a sampling tolerance of approximately +/- 3.9%.