Triple Aim for Populations

​Our goal: Drive the Triple Aim, simultaneously improving the health of the population, enhancing the experience and outcomes of the patient, and reducing per capita cost of care for the benefit of communities. More >>
 
The Triple Aim framework serves as the foundation for organizations and communities to successfully navigate the transition from a focus on health care to optimizing health for individuals and populations.
 
 


In the Spotlight

10 Steps to Improved Population Health
A new guide from the IHI-led Pathways to Population Health inititiave lays out a 10-step framework to help organizations accelerate the achievement of their population health, well-being, and equity goals. Join us for the Improving Population Health Action Community that begins in April.

Northwell Health's ORs Take Cue from Aviation Industry
A Modern Healthcare article describes the experience of New York's Long Island Jewish Medical Center in piloting a new system in its operating rooms (ORs) that links video, audio, and patient data to inform safety and quality improvement projects.

How the ACA Has Narrowed Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Care Access
A Commonwealth Fund brief examines to what degree the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has actually reduced disparities in access to health care among black, Hispanic, and white adults.

Moving to a Learning Measurement System
This Health Affairs Blog post describes how the Well-being in the Nation (WIN) measures (an initiative facilitated by 100 Million Healthier Lives, convened by IHI) can lay a foundation for a learning measurement system to drive use of cross-sector measures for health, well-being, and equity, and, in turn, guide a learning health system.

Assessing and Addressing Social Needs in Primary Care
This NEJM Catalyst case describes how primary care practices can address social determinants of health by investing in clinic infrastructure, workforce development, and collaborative community partnerships; using multidisciplinary teams; engaging patients in shared decision making; and using data to inform population health strategies and investments.

Preventing Black Maternal Deaths
An article in The Nation's Health explores how some health care workers are seeking to improve maternal care for American black women by understanding their care experience and key underlying causes of mortality, including racism. Learn more about IHI's initiative, Better Maternal Outcomes Rapid Improvement Network.

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