Congratulations to the Recipients of the 2013 Outstanding Leadership in Population Health Awards
Novel Approaches to Seniors and Medicaid Populations
Population Health Management and Risk Profiles of Medicaid Expansion Population
Mina Chang, PhD
Chief, Health Research and Program Development,
Ohio Department of Medicaid
Lorin Ranbom, BA
Director, Ohio Colleges of Medicine Government Resource Center,
Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
Improving the Health and Productivity of Our Workforce
Workplace Wellness Study: Employer Insights on Incentives, Programs and Success Strategies
Seth A. Serxner, MPH, PhD
Chief Health Officer and Senior Vice President of Population Health,
Beena Thomas, MPH
Vice President Health and Wellness,
Advancing Accountable Care
Banner Health and Sun Health: A Collaborative Approach toward Community Health and Wellness
Deborah H. Dahl, BSE, MBA, FACHE
Vice President, Patient Care Innovation,
Jennifer Drago, MHSA, MBA
Vice President, Business Development,
Innovative Tools and Technologies to Advance and Evaluate Population Health
Transforming the Care and Outcomes of Diabetes Mellitus through Wireless Technology
David Marrero, PhD
Director of the Diabetes Translational Research Center,
Indiana University School of Medicine
Al Lewis, JD,
Disease Management Purchasing Consortium Inc.
Jonathan C. Javitt, MD, MPH
CEO and Chief Medical Officer
Thomas Warcup, DO
Carolina Advanced Health
International Symposium on Wellness and Chronic Care
Strategy to Tackle Chronic Disease in Spain’s Basque Country
Lead for Health Management in Europe, Africa and Latin America,
North America Managing Director, Health Management Consulting,
Proven Strategies to Reduce Ethnic Disparities in Colorectal Cancer Screenings
Jack Newsom, MBA, MS, ScD
Vice President of Marketing Analytics,
Silverlink Communications, Inc.
Patricia Stream, MSEd, BSN
Vice President, Quality Management and Performance,
New CCA Reports & Research
Participant Engagement and the Use of Incentives: Considerations
This document identifies and offers insight into the various questions that surround the creation and utilization of incentives, including the role of organizational culture in an incentive design program, the relevance of psychomotivational theory and how it helps drive decisions regarding types of incentives, incentive designs currently being utilized in the industry, budgetary considerations, emerging issues and evaluation strategies for incentive programs.
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Care Continuum Alliance 2012 Obesity Toolkit This toolkit was developed to address the management of obesity by all stakeholders including medical providers, employers, and payers. Surveyed users indicated the need for tools to enable conversations between primary care providers and their patients. Review and Download the Toolkit now
Implementation and Evaluation: A Population Health Guide for Primary Care Models
This Guide was developed to inform and guide the implementation of key components of population health and specific strategies and suggestions for primary care-centered models to embed the components into their practice. In addition, this Guide offers suggestions and resources on measuring the impact of these efforts from both a cost and a quality perspective.
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Global Population Health Report: Brazil
This Global Population Health Report on Brazil, developed by Care Continuum Alliance International Task Force, offers insight into the state of health care in the region through discussion of key health care related topics and case studies from CCA member organizations.
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Population Health Management in Physician Practice: A Call to Action - Industry Report
This State of the Industry Report, produced with the support of Health Dialog, provides in-depth feedback from primary care practices throughout the country on progress toward the adoption and implementation of population health management strategies to support new physician practice models. Read the Report.
Our new CCA research document that bridges the gap between population health management and its day-to-day application in physician-owned practices in U.S. outpatient settings.
Our new annual report to learn how CCA worked in 2011 to advance research, education and advocacy for wellness, prevention and care management.
What is the Care Continuum?
The care continuum represents comprehensive, coordinated and integrated health services that improve the quality and value of care across all states of health and care settings. Learn more
The Care Continuum Alliance maintains a user-friendly tool for members that allows the quick and efficient review of peer-reviewed literature on disease management's clinical, financial and humanistic outcomes: LitFinder.
Visit our new portal to log in for access to your Care Continuum Alliance profile and members-only content and services.
CCA Forum Sponsors
Chronic Care Professional Certification—Member Discounts Now Available.
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Advocacy, research, education and more—the value of Care Continuum Alliance membership is clear. Learn more about who we are and the benefits our corporate and individual members receive.