Center for Population Health
Partners HealthCare has developed a set of activities called Population Health Management (PHM) with the goals of improving the health of our patients, lowering the costs of care, and helping to ensure the care we deliver is more efficient and satisfying.
The Center for Population Health works closely with leadership at our hospitals and community health centers to design and execute a systemwide accountable care strategy. We provide resources and technology to help support the activities across our network, including new tools for doctors and nurses to interact with patients and each other.
This section of the partners.org website is dedicated to sharing our work with all interested parties, including our colleagues in the field working to improve care delivery, other medical professionals, and our patients.
In response to state and national regulations, we are deploying new models of care to reduce the growth of health costs and improve care.
We provide the resources and technology for our hospitals and community clinics to implement PHM across all phases of care and have organized our activities into five key areas.
There are dozens of examples of how population health management is succeeding across our system. We invite you to read about some that illustrate our commitment to this initiative.
See Partners PHM on PBS NewsHour
The nationally televised PBS NewsHour explores our efforts as an Accountable Care Organization.