Communities trust hospitals to provide quality care and education and use them as a resource for health, wellness, prevention and care.
Population health is an approach to health care that aims to improve the health of an entire population. The Georgia Hospital Association participates in several initiatives with community partners nationally and around the state to achieve a healthy Georgia. Efforts focus on improving the delivery of high-quality health care through clinical decision support and patient self-management.
Interested in Organizing and Formalizing Your Hospital's Population Health Strategy?
The American Hospital Association, the Institute for Health Improvement, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and others have developed an assessment tool and additional resources to help hospitals with their population health strategies. There are also great resources to educate your Board, CEO, leadership team or others on the expanding role hospitals are expected to play in population health management. Please visit Pathways to Population Health for more information or call GHA 770-249-4500 for assistance.
Physician-Led Health Improvement
Through our work with the Iowa Healthcare Collaborative's Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative (TCPI), we are helping clinicians improve the way they deliver care. We provide support for integrating process improvement and improving upon practice-selected quality measures; assist in improving patient health; and more.
Compass PTN Community Learning Annual Meeting Materials
GHA's community health team collaborates with the Georgia Department of Public Health on the State Health Improvement Plan and with the Georgia Department of Public Health on the Diabetes Collaborative.