February 21, 2017

Population health management has become a national topic of conversation, but to date little effort has been devoted to tracking the actual progress that’s been made towards value-based models of care. Numerof partnered with Dr. David Nash, Dean of the Jefferson College of Population Health, for our second annual in-depth, national look at the pace of transition away from fee-for-service.

Numerof’s recently released State of Population Health Survey report has attracted attention nationwide in multiple publications:

  • FierceHealthcareProviders remain committed to population health, but see payers as hurdle
  • Modern Healthcare: Survey shows providers are not prepared to take on risk-based contracts
  • Becker’s Hospital ReviewMost healthcare providers recognize important of population health, but only 17% ‘very ready’ to take on risk
  • AJMC: Progress in population health slow, with doctors still resisting change, report finds
  • HealthITAnalytics95% see population health as critical, but worry about payment
  • Healthcare Finance News: Healthcare execs expect pace of population health to slow under Trump
  • AJMC: Population health efforts track where the money goes
  • Medical Economics: Study: Healthcare organizations remain committed to population health

Download the 26 page survey report (including an executive summary and 18 figures) to get the latest insights.