Population Health Needs a Tight Definition to Succeed

populations of colorfully illustrated people, arranged as upward arrows on white background, representing population health definition The Jefferson College of Population Health (JCPH) celebrated its 10th anniversary last week – Congratulations!! That means that the concept of Population Health is now well established, not the novelty and the experiment that it was a decade ago. But, in my travels and meetings with healthcare providers and health IT firms in the Pop Health space, I notice that there’s a lot of variation in what people mean by the term Population Health – and this variation [...]

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