Targeting your Population – Perhaps the Moderate Risk is the Way to Go?

By Fred Goldstein, PHA Executive Director

I’m always interested in approaches that companies take to segment and target their populations for interventions.  DPS Health has a unique approach of targeting those that are at moderate risk.

This Thursday, September 4 at 12 eastern the Population Health Alliance is offering a Free Webinar in their Population Health Management Brown Bag Series.  You will hear Neal and Adam Kaufman present on:

Improving outcomes for patients with multiple chronic conditions who are not yet very sick 

“An increasing number of adults are becoming moderate risk. They are at risk for adding additional chronic conditions to those they already have, and/or for becoming high cost as they slip down the slop toward significant end organ damage. I hope you can join us this Thursday at 12 Eastern time for our PHA webinar on the moderate risk,” said Neal Kaufman, CMO DPS Health.

So, what are others saying about DPS Health and tomorrow’s webinar?

“I know the folks over at DPS Health and their wisdom runs deep – I think this webinar will be well worth attending for anyone looking to push their corporate wellness program towards better ROI.”

Bryan Noar, VP Marketing & General Manager at SelfHelpWorks, Inc. 

“Neil, Adam and team are doing a great job with DPS Health. Worthwhile webinar to put on your schedule…”

Frank Hone, Chief Engagement Officer 

REGISTER NOW

Date and time: Thursday, September 4, 2014 12:00 pm
Eastern Daylight Time (New York, GMT-04:00)
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Duration: 1 hour

 

 

 

More on DPS Health work

The leadership team of DPS Health will be presenting a scientific session at the PHA Forum 2014, in Scottsdale, Arizona, December 10-12.

Track 2: Improving outcomes for the moderate risk cohort 
Thursday, December 11, 1:45 – 2:45 pm

Adam Kaufman,PhD, President and Chief Executive Officer, DPS Health
Neal Kaufman, MD, MPH, Chief Medical Officer, DPS Health

Learn more about the PHA Forum 2014 Scientific Sessions

 

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