FQHC Roundtable - Top 5 Opportunities For Closing Care Gaps In High Risk Populations

Enli assembled a panel of leaders from Alliance Chicago, Central City Concern, Contra Costa Health Services, and Fenway Health, to discuss the top 5 opportunities associated with the practical application of population health IT

CHCs face complex challenges when addressing the needs of high-risk cohorts, including the Medicaid population. Their patients frequently access health services outside of the clinic, moving in and out of state-funded care settings. This makes it difficult for CHCs to identify and close priority gaps in care, as well as pursue quality improvement initiatives.  However, organizations now stand to benefit from expanding access to data, the proliferation of technology, and emerging value-based programs predicated on new reimbursement models.

To help CHCs gain perspective on the opportunities and challenges they face, Enli assembled a panel of leaders from Alliance Chicago, Central City Concern, Contra Costa Health Services, and Fenway Health, to discuss the top 5 opportunities associated with the practical application of population health IT, including:

  • More actionable risk identification
  • Clinical care powered by evidence-based medicine
  • Technology-enabled workflows to drive team-based delivery
  • Patient engagement supported by a common care plan
  • Quality measurement to drive performance improvement

Watch the on demand webcast.

Featured on the Webcast:

  • Dr. Fred Rachman, Chief Executive Officer, Alliance Chicago
  • Dr. Rachel Solotaroff, Chief Medical Officer, Central City Concern
  • Dr. Brian Bakofen, Lead Physician, Fenway Health
  • Dr. Rajiv Pramanik, Chief Medical Informatics Officer, Contra Costa Health Services
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