Risk Stratification: A Two-Step Process for Identifying Your Sickest Patients

Title

Risk Stratification: A Two-Step Process for Identifying Your Sickest Patients

Creator

James DomDera

Publisher

Family Practice Management

Date

2019

Description

Risk stratification uses a mix of objective and subjective data to assign risk levels to patients. Practices can systematically use patient risk levels to make care management decisions, such as providing greater access and resources to patients in higher risk levels. Risk stratification helps practices to better focus on their sickest patients, reduce costs, and improve care.

Subject

Risk, stratification, patients, team, primary care, healthcare, high risk, care management

Contributor

James DomDera

Rights

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Pages

21-26

Volume

26(3)

Citation

James DomDera, “Risk Stratification: A Two-Step Process for Identifying Your Sickest Patients,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed December 7, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/10913.

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