In today's health care market place, care management strategies are evolving at a rapid pace. This session provides a dynamic overview of how traditional programs such as utilization management, disease management, wellness and case management, are being re-defined and implemented in a "population health" framework. The presentation is presented by the head of one of the most experienced and innovative trade associations in the population management field. This session will:

  • Provide a short history of the term "population health"
  • Highlight the population health framework and delivery systems as studied and defined by the Population Health Alliance
  • Detail some of the key activities that support population health programs
  • Assess how to best achieve meaningful clinical and financial outcomes

Mark Lutes, Member, Epstein Becker Green

Frederic S. Goldstein, Interim Executive Director & Chair of the Board,
Population Health Alliance Framework (formerly Continuing Care Alliance)

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If you have questions regarding this event, please contact Kiirsten Lederer at
(212) 351-4668, or

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