HealthIT Answers September 28, 2023
Beth Friedman

The “population health” movement began two decades ago and the term was solidified by David Kindig, MD, PhD, and Greg Stoddart, PhD, in 2003. Population health has come a long way these past two decades. Last week’s Twenty-Third Population Health Colloquium was a clear demonstration of the sector’s success and ongoing commitment to improving health and wellness in the United States.

Hosted by David Nash, MD, MBA, Founding Dean Emeritus, Jefferson College of Population Health and his co-chair, Billy Oglesby, PhD, MBA, MSPH, FACHE, the forum included dozens of educational sessions and panels, inspiring fireside chats and insightful evening documentaries. This year’s event was my first Population Health Colloquium. And I was constantly impressed with the sector’s commitment to improving...

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