Population Health Case Studies
Read what McKesson customers have to say about our company and products in these population health case studies. In each success story, our clients share what they and McKesson have accomplished together and note the positive impact made on their business.
Innovative Relationship Setting
Strong Course in Healthcare Reform – Atlantic Health
Atlantic Health System, based in New Jersey, led an initiative to connect healthcare providers with one another and with patients to improve care coordination and patient engagement. Each year has brought greater care collaboration between healthcare providers within the region and has resulted in the Jersey Health Connect HIO.
Additionally, a cultural shift and implementation of new financial connectivity tools at Atlantic Health made it easier for patients to understand and fulfill their financial obligations while the billing department was able to ease and accelerate claims processing and account resolution.
Specialty physicians drive
population health journey at
Emory Healthcare Network
Emory Healthcare Network (EHN), a clinically integrated network established in 2011, has successfully navigated creating metrics that measure progress against accountable care goals. This population health case study details how EHN has improved care management of patients with chronic conditions in order
to assume risk under commercial contracts.
Self Regional Healthcare
uses analytics and care
management to help
improve employee health
Recognizing the ACO trend in the healthcare industry, Self Regional’s leadership wanted to prepare. To get started, the center identified a pilot group for an advanced care management program. By investing more money upfront in population health, they hope to recapture healthcare costs in later years through overall better health for their self-insured population.
UniNet Healthcare Network
lowers costs by engaging
high-risk members in
UniNet decided to implement a healthcare self-insurance program for its own Alegent employees and their beneficiaries. By identifying and engaging high-risk members, UniNet was able to reduce costs by as much as $5 million in one year, improving members’ health and
satisfaction in the process.