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From 3M Health Information Systems

Tag: CRGs

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Bridging the health care inequality divide: Pandemic solutions

July 1st, 2020 / By Melissa Clarke, MD

Today’s blog is co-authored by Angela Diop, ND, CHCIO, and Andrew Robie, MD, of Unity Health Care in Washington DC. Dr. Robie is Chief Medical Information Officer and a family […]

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A Stratified Population – New book on population health management

June 25th, 2020 / By Alessandra Di Maio

Having the right information is key in population health decision making. Finding the appropriate granularity within a health dataset and generating comprehensive forecasts to determine the clinical needs of a […]

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“Ride it out at home?” Warning people at extreme risk of COVID-19, so they seek essential care

June 12th, 2020 / By L. Gordon Moore, MD

Julio Ayala died at home of COVID-19. I don’t know if he would have survived if he had gone to a hospital, but he might have. Nobody wants to be […]

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A prioritization model for COVID-19

April 22nd, 2020 / By L. Gordon Moore, MD

How might a health ministry, insurer, or health system use existing health information to inform a data-driven prioritization model in response to COVID-19? In the movie Contagion, countries distributed the […]

Knowledge Lab Post

Webinar: Let’s talk: Creating a common language for population health

With Kristine Daynes, Lisa Lanier

Discover key features of 3M CRGs, how they are used to manage patient care and have an impact on population health management.

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Study Validates the Value and Utility of Risk-Adjustment for Stratifying Complex Patients

December 19th, 2014 / By Norbert Goldfield, MD, Richard Fuller, MS

Introduction by Norbert Goldfield, MD, and Richard Fuller Increasing value, or more precisely, improving outcomes from health care spending, a recurring theme of the C&ER blog, is intrinsically linked with […]