Pathways to Population Health (P2PH) is an initiative that has identified four portfolios of work health care organizations can undertake to accelerate their progress in improving health, well-being, and equity.
Organizations can use these P2PH resources to jump start or accelerate their efforts to improve population health.
Pathways to Population Health Framework
The Pathways to Population Health Framework presents four portfolios of population health that offer health care organizations a simple way to organize their work in service of ultimately achieving a balance over time for greatest impact.
This resource includes:
- Foundational concepts and a common language (the WHY)
- Four interconnected portfolios of population health (the WHAT)
- Levers for implementation to accelerate progress within and across the portfolios (the HOW)
Download the Pathways to Population Health Framework
Pathways to Population Health Compass and Oasis
Identify opportunities to make practical, meaningful, and sustainable advances in population health based on your current population health efforts using the Compass. Access a curated list of population health tools and resources by portfolio and lever of implementation (the P2PH Oasis) and an action planning form in the appendices.
Visit the Compass online or
Download the Compass PDF
Getting Started Guide: Accelerating Population Health Progress
This guide brings together various Pathways to Population Health (P2PH) tools and resources in a practical and actionable way to support health care professionals and organizations as they accelerate their progress toward the goals of population health, well-being, and equity. At the heart of the guide is the 10-Step Path to Progress.
Download the Getting Started Guide
Pathways to Population Health Case Studies
Learn about how other organizations have taken the Pathways to Population Health concepts and tools to augment their population health improvement efforts.
Download Case Study: New Hampshire Foundation for Healthy Communities
Download Case Study: Providence St. Joseph Health
Download Case Study: University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences