Who says population health is a long-term game? 100-day projects can generate short-term results for at-risk groups.

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Most experts agree that 2 of the keys for increasing the quality and efficiency of our health care system are to improve the coordination of care, and to focus on prevention and wellness, particularly for at-risk populations. Unfortunately these are often approached as massive, long-term undertakings with little chance of success. No matter how much… (More)
DOI: 10.1089/pop.2014.0118

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@article{Ashkenas2015WhoSP, title={Who says population health is a long-term game? 100-day projects can generate short-term results for at-risk groups.}, author={Ron Ashkenas and Nadim F Matta and Wes Siegal}, journal={Population health management}, year={2015}, volume={18 2}, pages={69-71} }