Using Person-Centered Health Analytics to Live Longer
American healthcare is still failing – but tools and strategies now exist to resurrect it, and achieve far better outcomes. In Using Person-Centered Health Analytics to Live Longer, Dr. Dwight McNeill introduces an entirely new framework for providers, payers, governments, and people to partner in the co-production of health. McNeill’s new approach recognizes the centrality of prevention, focuses on behavior change as the reliable pathway to improved outcomes, and uses information technologies to empower people as the primary agents of change. Synthesizing powerful new trends and research, he reviews emerging approaches that are already working in other fields, and formulating a powerful “workbench” of essential analytics tools for health production. You’ll discover how business intelligence can be refocused to improve health outcomes as well as financial performance; and how to re-engage people from care processes, both when they’re sick and when they’re well. You’ll learn how to use technologies to empower people with information, applications, and connectedness – borrowing successful strategies from other industries to achieve powerful positive impacts in healthcare. McNeill’s insights will be valuable to all professionals, leaders, policymakers, researchers, and strategists engaged in health promotion, healthcare delivery, prevention, public health, health insurance, and life sciences – and everyone interested in managing their own healthcare.
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