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Dr. Edward Miller, Dean and CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine, describes a Hopkins model for managing many of the newly insured.

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Program Notes:Edward Miller

0:10   Health care reform and its impact
0:43   Differences between population health and fee for service
1:28   Population health is trying to make your population healthier
2:19   We are slightly profitable
3:03   Understand factors that cause outcomes
4:00   We have all the data
4:50   Of the many millions who will enroll
5:26   States have a couple of years to collect data
6:05   Electronic patient records won’t solve everything
7:00   Loss in productivity
7:27   The consumer would like to know they’re getting excellent care
8:03   In population health preventive services pay off in long run
8:35   Health innovation zones promoted
9:26   End

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