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CHA Series Outlines Characteristics to Determine Market Change
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Today’s installment of CHA’s Population Health Management (PHM) Snapshots series explains how hospitals can determine the market’s stage and pace of change. It continues last week’s discussion of the seven-level framework used to guide organizations in developing a financially sustainable role in PHM.

The framework was designed to help hospital leaders understand the complex process of moving toward population health management. Today’s edition identifies the seven key characteristics — including demand for services, supply of providers and regulatory environment — hospitals leaders can use to evaluate market readiness and how quickly the market is changing.

Podcast: Determining the Market’s Stage and Pace of Change​ (6 mins)

As hospital leaders respond to today’s changing health care environment, these key components of population health management will help them develop their unique paths forward. CHA’s PHM Snapshot series, including weekly podcasts and briefs, is intended to ensure members have the tools they need as they assume more responsibility in transforming how care is delivered, coordinated and paid for. More information about PHM, along with previous podcasts and resources, is available on CHA’s dedicated web page.