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RISE lunchtime webinar on how OHTs can approach their work with an attributed population

 
Sep 9, 2019 12:00 PM - Sep 9, 2019 1:00 PM | Presented by:

Current and future iterations of the maps that display naturally occurring utilization and referral networks are a critical input to teams defining their target population. Teams invited to full application can use them to confirm their partners, while teams in development can use them to confirm whether they are or can become well aligned with a network. Teams in development and in discovery will also want to identify the factors that help them work through whether they have or can have a population size that would be workable as an OHT. Over time additional tools beyond maps will be available to support population-health management by OHTs. The webinar is the third in a series of six lunchtime webinars focused on topics particularly relevant to teams invited to full application.

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