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Triple Aim Impact on Healthcare

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Pooja Bhatt, MHA

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Transcript of Triple Aim Impact on Healthcare

Benefits
Identify problems & solutions further upstream and outside of acute care
Less complex, more coordinated care
Patient engagement
Decrease burden of illness
Reducing costs:
Increases competition
Decreases pressure on publicly funded healthcare budgets
Provides community more flexibility to invest in activities
Triple Aim Impact on Healthcare
Pooja Bhatt, MHA
Agenda
Why?
Challenges
Business Case - "Why?"
Challenges
Benefits
Success Story
Opportunities
Conclusion
Shifting the focus from individuals to the population
Balancing all 3 aspects of Triple Aim
"I think it's the leading example of healthcare redesign in the nation, maybe the world."
-Don Berwick, Former Administrator, CMS, IHI Founder
Most costly healthcare system in the world - 17% of GDP
Increase in aging population
Increase in chronic health problems
Inefficient system:
High costs
Limited access
Questionable quality
Success Story: Bellin Health
"Pursuing the Triple Aim: The First 7 Years" - IHI
2000: Growing competition and financial challenges
Projected increase in employees insurance costs by 30% (health benefit cost ~$10M)
Needed Triple Aim to keep costs under control
Created Triple Aim projects to deliver services to meet the needs of its own employees and organizational learning system to support the work
Opportunities
Analytics to drive performance improvement initiatives
Patient Centered Medical Homes
Population health intiatives
Mobile apps
Telemedicine
Lean management
Resources
Kimmel, Kathleen. "How Analytics Will Help You Achieve the Triple Aim." <i>HealthCatalyst</i>. Health Catalyst, n.d. Web. Aug. 2015.

Munro, Dan. "2012 - The Year In Healthcare Charts." <i>Forbes</i>. Forbes Magazine, 29 Dec. 2012. Web. Aug. 2015.

"The IHI Triple Aim." <i>The IHI Triple Aim</i>. Institute for Healthcare Improvement, n.d. Web. Aug. 2015.

Whittington, John W., Kevin Nolan, Ninon Lewis, and Trissa Torres. "Pursuing the Triple Aim: The First 7 Years." <i>Milbank Quarterly</i> 93.2 (2015): 263-300. <i>Milbank</i>. Wiley Periodicals Inc., 2015. Web. Aug. 2015.
Munro, Dan. "2012 - The Year In Healthcare Charts." <i>Forbes</i>. Forbes Magazine, 29 Dec. 2012. Web. Aug. 2015.
Kimmel, Kathleen. "How Analytics Will Help You Achieve the Triple Aim." <i>HealthCatalyst</i>. Health Catalyst, n.d. Web. Aug. 2015.
Conclusion
Thank You!
Questions?
Pooja Bhatt, MHA
Improve population health
Improve quality of care
Reduce costs
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