The Evolution of Population Health Management
Crux Points podcast episode #32: The Evolution of Population Health Management
Guest: Dr. David Nash, Founding Dean of the Jefferson College of Population Health
In this episode, we’re focused on population health management with Dr. David Nash, the founding dean of the Jefferson College of Population Health.
As one might imagine, Dr. Nash is considered a key leader in population health. He has been repeatedly named to Modern Healthcare’s list of the Most Powerful Persons in Healthcare, is a principal faculty member for quality of care programming for the American Association of Physician Leadership in Tampa, FL and leads their academic joint venture with JCPH. He serves on the NQF Task Force on Improving Population Health and the John M. Eisenberg Award Committee for The Joint Commission.
Additionally, he has authored more than 100 peer-reviewed articles and edited 23 books, including Connecting with the New Healthcare Consumer, The Quality Solution, Demand Better, and most recently Population Health: Creating a Culture of Wellness (2nd edition).
In this episode, we’re going to talk to Dr. Nash about healthcare’s transition to value-based care. Listeners can look forward to Dr. Nash sharing his thoughts on a number of important subjects, including:
- What physicians need to do in order to thrive in this transition to value-based care
- How millennials will approach healthcare differently than other generations
- What we’ve learned from the HMO movement that is informing the design of ACOs
- Why teamwork is so important to the successful transition to value-based care
- Why some physicians are more successful in making the transition to value-based care
We learned a lot during this episode and we think you will as well. Enjoy!
Jefferson College of Population Health
Nash on Health Policy
Population Health: Creating a Culture of Wellness