Speaking at the Population Health Colloquium, Continuum Health Alliance offered up insights into how healthcare organizations should think about transforming their care models to move to value-based payment, and particularly how they should think about the use of technology.

The 15th Annual Population Health Colloquium, put on by the Thomas Jefferson University School of Population Health in Philadelphia in late March, featured many exciting presentations on emerging trends, and my goal is to report on several of those over the next few weeks. One of the most powerful was by Christopher Olivia, M.D., president, and Michael Renzi, D.O., chief medical officer of the Continuum Health Alliance, an ambulatory care services company.

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