Population-health oriented policies
population-health oriented policies
Submit Section III of the case study, in which you will address the chosen organization’s financial incentives and quality improvement processes. Specifically, you will critique the organization’s population-health oriented policies, the organization’s approach to care and the extent to which it is patient-centered, and any strategies the organization uses in its population-health approach.
USE THIS for the chosen organization>>>>healthcare organization presented in the Integrated Safety-Net Health Care System case study using a population health approach. Please also read the supplemental Interpreting Services Program document to ensure that you have all of the information about the Montefiore Medical Center you will need to address the critical elements.
Specifically the following critical elements must be addressed in population-health oriented policies paper:
III. Financial incentives and quality improvement processes
a) Analyze population health-oriented policies (such as non-discrimination in hiring, care and treatment, Patient Bill of Rights, financial assistance, etc.) that the organization may have implemented for reducing costs and improving overall quality. Be sure to provide evidence to support your claims.
b) To what extent is the organization’s approach to care considered patient-centered? Be sure to cite specific examples to substantiate your claims.
c) What specific strategies (such as eliminating unnecessary procedures and providing only essential treatments or interventions) does the organization employ in its population health approach to reduce costs and improve overall quality?
d) Describe gaps or deficiencies that may exist in the organization’s use of the population health approach in reducing costs and improving quality of care, and provide evidence to support your claims. If you feel there are none, be sure to explain your reasoning.
Guidelines for Submission: Milestone Three must be submitted as a two- to three-page Microsoft Word population-health oriented policies document with double spacing, 12-point Times NewRoman font, one-inch margins, with sources cited in APA format.