Health Dialog Presents The Physician View at AHIP Institute 2013: The Value of Total Population Health

Better Provider Patient Engagement Leads to Better Health Outcomes

Health Dialog Presents The Physician View at AHIP Institute 2013: The Value of Total Population Health

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Providers who engage their patients empower them to take more control over their healthcare decisions, reducing or eliminating future health risks and lowering healthcare costs. Join Dr. Peter Goldbach, Chief Medical Officer at Health Dialog, and Dr. Gideon Hill, Vice President and Regional Medical Director of AmeriHealth Administrators, as they discuss Total Population Health (TPH) and the value of caring for and engaging populations across the health continuum.

The session, entitled ‘Total Population Health: Key Insights and Perspectives from Providers,’ will demonstrate how targeting the right people at the right time leads to more informed and empowered patients that make healthcare decisions best aligned to their individual preferences, values and lifestyles. The presentation will also offer a unique provider perspective on how engaged and informed patients ultimately lead to the delivery of more effective and efficient care.

Additional details, including a full agenda, speakers, and content can be found .

Peter Goldbach, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Health DialogGideon Hill, MD, Vice President and Regional Medical Director, AmeriHealth Administrators

Health Dialog Services Corporation is a leading provider of healthcare analytics and decision support. The firm is a private, wholly-owned subsidiary of Bupa, a global provider of healthcare services. Health Dialog helps health plans, employers and physician groups improve healthcare quality while reducing overall costs. Company offerings include health coaching for medical decisions, chronic conditions, and wellness; population analytic solutions; and consulting services. Health Dialog helps individuals participate in their own healthcare decisions, develop more effective relationships with their physicians, and live longer, healthier, happier lives. For more information, visit .

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