Access to healthcare in rural settings is a true challenge. Americans living in rural areas are more likely to die from five leading causes than their urban counterparts. How should we be thinking about and addressing this issue?
In addition to leveraging claims and clinical data, insurers are now relying on social determinants of health data to paint a better picture of their member populations, create meaningful interventions and manage risk.
Over the years, the term “population health management” has taken on various definitions. One constant, however, is the concept of collaboration.