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Population Health Management

The Triple Aim: Population Health, Patient Experience, and Reduced Costs

The United States ranks far behind other countries in providing high-quality healthcare at a lower cost, partly due to an increasingly aging population and more chronic disease management. As a solution, the Institute for Healthcare Improvement developed a framework known as the Triple Aim in 2007, with an overall goal of maximizing health system performance.

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Specialty Certification

Hospitals that are accredited through the Joint Commission (JC) can choose to pursue specialty certifications in several areas: perinatal care, palliative care, total hip, and total knee replacement, and disease-specific care for example. Achieving certification in a specialty area demonstrates commitment and achievement of  specific patient and quality parameters within a defined area. Certification programs

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