Population Health management aims to improve the health of an entire population, like that of southeast Ohio. It has been described as consisting of three components: health outcomes, patterns of health determinants, and policies and interventions.
In the U.S., the Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) are estimated to account for 70% of avoidable mortality and 60% to 80% of healthcare costs. The SDOH includes all social, environmental, cultural, and physical factors of a community that has a measurable impact on the health of human populations.
The services offered through Buckeye Hills’ Population Health programs focus on empowering individuals to manage their healthcare through education.
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