Webinar October 7, 2013

Self-Insured Hospital Employees: A Launching Point for Population Health Management

Increasingly, self-insured hospital organizations are using their employee population as a launching pad to population health management and accountable care. In this webinar, hear industry experts discuss the importance of effective analytics to support population health management from both the provider and payer perspectives. Specific examples will be shared by Bon Secours, a leading health system successfully managing its employee population health. Bon Secours will elaborate on its employee health management efforts driven by its employee health plan, focusing on obesity, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), hypertension and depression.

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