Learn to Create a Sucessful Population Health Improvement Organization (PHIO)
Supported by a Multi-Stakeholder Community Model
Conceptually, the goals and objectives of Population Health Programs are undeniable but achieving them is challenging because implementation requires significant transformation of culture, redesigning of clinical and business processes and development and/or procurement of new technologies.
In our latest SMARTpaper, you’ll learn how to:
- Understand your operational readiness for implementing a PHIO
- Identify the 3 phases of a PHIO
- Assess core capabilities and functions needed
- Align roles and responsibilities for all stakeholders
- Implement, evaluate and continuously improve your PHIO
About the Authors:
Russ Mohawk - Inova Health Systems
Russ Mohawk is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Health Plans and Population Health Services at Inova Health Systems, where he is responsible for fiscal, operational, legislative, regulatory and human resources objectives. He has extensive executive management experience in the managed care industry including Medicare, Medicaid and private insurance.
Vikas Arya - xScion
Vikas Arya leads the Strategy practice at xScion. He has nearly two decades of combined Healthcare consulting and leadership experience in the areas of Strategic Planning, Program Research and Design, Policy Analysis, Technology Management, Software Sales and Higher Education. Over the course of his career, Vikas has provided thought leadership and strategic guidance to Healthcare Providers, Payers, Government Civilian Agencies, and Consumers in solving their challenges to share information across the continuum of care and improving patient experience and outcomes.