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Solving Population Health Problems through Collaboration

Edited by Ron Bialek, Leslie M. Beitsch, John W. Moran

© 2017 – Routledge

422 pages | 64 B/W Illus.

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Description

Rapid changes in healthcare and public health offer tremendous opportunities to focus on process improvement. Public health departments and agencies increasingly work collaboratively with hospitals and other community partners to promote knowledge and improve collective impact through public and private sector coalitions. Solving Population Health Problems through Collaboration brings together population health experts and leaders to examine evidence-based intervention strategies, case studies in health departments and hospitals, health equity issues, core competencies, public health campaigns, step-by-step collaboration advice, and much more. Each chapter is written by a population health leader shaped by his or her experience implementing change in a community’s health, to demonstrate innovative methods and tools for building and leading sustainable community coalitions to effect real change. Designed to prepare population health workers in public health and healthcare settings to develop strategies for improved population health, this book is required reading for public health managers and health administrators as well as students enrolled in population health courses.

Table of Contents

Chapter One: Public Health Futures

Clement Bezold, Yasemin Arikan, and Trevor Thompson

Chapter Two: Population Health and Collaboration as Embedded within the Essential Public Health Services

Leslie M. Beitsch

Chapter Three: What is a Population Health Plan?

Amanda McCarthy and Rahul Gupta

Chapter Four: Advancing Health Equity: Population Health and the Role of Multisectoral Collaborations

Renata Schiavo and Kenneth D. Smith

Chapter Five: Why We Do Population Health Today

Julie Trocchio

Chapter Six: The Collaboration Imperative for Population Health Impact

Julia Resnick and Jim Lewis

Chapter Seven: Practical Considerations

Megan Souder and Alicia Meadows

Chapter Eight: After Initial Accreditation: The Road Ahead

Kaye Bender

Chapter Nine: Key Ingredients for Transforming Community Health

Ron Bialek and John W. Moran

Chapter Ten: The OKC Story – Creating a Culture of Health, From the Inside Out

Gary Cox

Chapter Eleven: Guidebook to Help Solve Population Health Issues through Collaboration: York Hospital’s Journey to Population Health

Deborah Erickson-Irons

Chapter Twelve: Population Health Measurement: Applying Performance Measurement Concepts in Population Health Settings

M.A. Stoto

Chapter Thirteen: Public Health’s Evolving Role in Effecting Large Scale Social Change

Thomas Sleschlenker and Rudy Ruiz

Chapter Fourteen: Public Health 3.0: Time for an Upgrade

Patrick W. O’Carroll, Karen B. DeSalvo, Denise Koo, John M. Auerbach, and Judith A. Monroe, MD

Chapter Fifteen: American Indian Perspectives on Population Health

Donald Warne and Melaine Nadeau

Chapter Sixteen: The Million Hearts Hypertension Learning Collaborative as a Model for Population Health Improvement

Jose Thier Montero and Sharon Moffat

Chapter Seventeen: Developing and Implementing a Population Health Driver Diagram

Ron Bialek and John W. Moran

Chapter Eighteen: Population Health Competencies: Guiding Non-Clinical Hospital and Health System Workforce Development

Ron Bialek, Kathleen Amos, Julie Sharp, and Janelle Nichols

Chapter Nineteen: Applying Economic Impact Analyses to Population Health Improvement Efforts: Much to Be Learned, and Much to Be Gained

Greg Randolph

Chapter Twenty: GRHOP [PCCP] How to Orchestrate It: Working with Community and Different Sectors to Achieve Population Health Outcomes

Tiffany Netters, Jamie Giepert and Eric Baumgartner

Chapter Twenty-One: Rural Public Health

Gail R. Bellamy and Michael Meit

Chapter Twenty-Two: Implementing Population Health Strategies

Bill Barberg

Chapter Twenty-Three: Promoting Multistakeholder Consensus and a Collaborative Approach to Population Health

Allen Leavens, Elisa Munthali, and Marcia Wilson

Chapter Twenty-Four: Improving Population Health

Paul Kuehnert and Alonzo Plough

Chapter Twenty-Five: Entering a New Era in Hospital and Public Health Collaboration for Community Benefit

F. Douglas Scutchfield, Lawrence W. Prybil, and Rachel Dixon

Chapter Twenty-Six: The Role of Data in Precision Population Health

Brian C. Castrucci, Edward L. Hunter, J. Lloyd Michener, Theresa Chapple, and Don Bradley

Chapter Twenty-Seven: Solve Population Health Issues through Collaboration: The Idea Model

Sonja Armbruster and John W. Moran

About the Editors

Ron Bialek, MPP, is President of Public Health Foundation, Washington, DC.

Leslie M. Beitsch, MD, JD, is faculty at the Florida State University College of Medicine as Professor of Health Policy and Director of the Center for Medicine and Public Health.

John W. Moran, PhD, is a Senior Quality Advisor to the Public Health Foundation, Washington, DC.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
BUS041000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Management
BUS070080
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Industries / Service Industries
MED002000
MEDICAL / Administration
MED078000
MEDICAL / Public Health
POL000000
POLITICAL SCIENCE / General