Although much has been achieved in care coordination and accountable care, healthcare leaders need additional, game-changing innovations to deal with constraints in clinical resources, care capacity, and cost that have not yet been fully addressed. This need for innovation is especially great in the care of the chronically ill: the most costly, hig
Introduction. History of Healthcare Reform and the Current Buzzonym. Variability: The Killer of Capacity and the Maker of Outliers. Interdependencies. Simulation. DCAMM Principles and Concepts. PCDN Concept: the "What" and a Description. Build It and They May Not Come! Capacity as Strategy: The Rationale for the Concept. Understanding the Community: An Intro to Population Analysis and Prediction. Building a Network of Communal Resources. Resource Utilization Optimization. Processing Capability and Capacity. Space and Physical Infrastructure. Technology Infrastructure. Population Modeling and Predicting Resource Demand (and Capacity Requirements) (DCAMM Matching). A Word on Patient Responsibility: The Hardest Change to Make! Roadmaps and Potholes. Prologue: Outliers with the Outliers.