Save the Date: NC Population Health Collaborative Meets Feb. 15

The NC Population Health Collaborative’s first quarter meeting will be held on Thursday, Feb. 15, from 11:30 am until 3:30 pm at a location yet to be determined in the Triangle area. Watch your email and the Bulletin for details on the location, agenda and registration instructions. A small fee will be charged for the event, which includes lunch.

The purpose of the NC Population Health Collaborative is to bring together all members of the health care community to share experiences and ideas to promote the successful transition to accountable, value-driven systems of care focused on attaining the Triple Aim (improving population health, improving patient experience of care and reducing the per capita cost of health care).

Devdutta G. Sangvai, MD, MBA, FAFP, Executive Director for Duke Connected Care, Associate Chief Medical Officer (ACMO) for Duke University Health System and Medical Director for DukeWELL and Ruth A. Krystopolski, SV/Population Health for Carolinas HealthCare System, co-chair the Collaborative.  The Collaborative began in 2012 with six aspiring ACOs. Today, the Collaborative’s mailing list includes over 300 individuals and representatives from 30 ACOs.

Learn more about NC Population Health Collaborative. For more information, contact Dana Lucas, at dlucas@ncmedsoc.org  or 919-833-3836.

 
 

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