Health system uses population management to save $3 million

11/19/2012 | BeckersHospitalReview.com

Southcoast Health System in New Bedford, Mass., saved $3 million in one year using a population health management plan for employees that included tiered insurance coverage, care management nurses and wellness incentives to help workers improve their health. Southcoast's Dave DeJesus says the personal health nurses were an important part of the plan as they contacted 1,000 of the sickest employees to ensure they got the right level of care.

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