The Population Health Alliance seeks to improve the health of populations through three key areas: advocacy, research and education. Specifically, PHA Quality & Research supports this mission by:
- Promoting high quality standards for and definitions of key components of wellness, disease and, where appropriate, case management, and care coordination programs as well as support services and materials;
- Identifying, researching, sharing and encouraging innovative approaches and best practices care delivery and reimbursement models; and
- Establishing consensus-based outcomes measures and demonstrating health, satisfaction, and financial improvements achieved through wellness, disease and case management, and care coordination programs.
Every year, the PHA Quality & Research Committee identifies subcommittees and work groups to accomplish the research agenda, and the Q&R Committee itself is comprised of the participants in these groups. The process to establish the research agenda begins with a face to face meeting of the committee members at PHA Forum.
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