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Population Health Primer

In partnership with QuantiaMD, David B. Nash, MD, MBA, Dean of the Jefferson School of Population Health in Philadelphia, PA, offers this three-part primer defining population health and discussing the clinical, quality, and economic implications that it presents.

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David B. Nash, MD, MBA, FACP
Dean, Jefferson School of Population Health
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David B. Nash, MD, MBA, FACP
Dean, Jefferson School of Population Health
David B. Nash, MD, MBA, FACP
Dean, Jefferson School of Population Health
David B. Nash, MD, MBA, FACP
Dean, Jefferson School of Population Health
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"Bottom line improving costs of helthcare and makng the 2.1 % smaller, strengthen efforts to eliminate tobacco, focus more on the type food available to our population and the time allotted during the work day to exercise, more public transportion and more walking and do what the NHS did in the UK by stating all alcohol bad for health. Sounds dramatic but that is really what is needed if we will be making significant improvements to health in the next 20 years.

We can manage chronic illness but in reality the key to decreasing health care costs is to try to decrease the numbers in the chronic illness category."
Anna Manatis, MD
"Excellent series David.  My concern is how to dismantle the economic beasts that the private insurers have become.  "No outcome, no income" can certainly kill the individual providers but would not hurt insurers when you consider big payers like BCBS and Kaiser Permanente continuously post multibillion dollar profits annually.  Health care premiums are constantly on the rise and deductibles become unrealistic for "well" patients so there is no incentive under the private plan for patients that stay healthy.  At best, they get "discounts" on their premiums but compare what they pay in premiums the house always wins."
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