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

100 Million Healthier Lives Change Library Is Coming to Community Commons
The searchable, peer-reviewed implementation Change Library includes bright spots, stories, and tools from the 100 Million Healthier Lives movement, convened by IHI, to improve health, wellbeing, and equity for people and communities. Community Commons will be hosting and sustaining the Change Library starting in July.

Examining Inequities in OB/GYN Care Delivery During COVID-19
To minimize the risk of COVID-19 transmission to healthy patients and health care workers, the implementation of necessary changes in OB/GYN care are differentially affecting patients in a way that exacerbates existing inequities in health care access and outcomes. This article presents an overview and shares considerations for physician-leaders as they enact new policies in response to the pandemic.

Using Data-Driven Solutions to House the Homeless During and Beyond COVID-19
To ensure unsheltered populations without stable homes have access to safe spaces for COVID-19 quarantine and isolation, many communities are struggling to balance the rapidly changing needs during the pandemic and knowing where to start. That’s why Community Solutions and Kaiser Permanente joined forces to create a new cost estimator tool that uses local data to help communities understand current gaps.

COVID-19: The Painful Price of Ignoring Health Inequities
In this BMJ blog post, Dr. Karthik Sivashanker and colleagues outline how our systems disproportionately harm disadvantaged populations, negatively impacting all of us particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic.

How to Limit the Exposure of Older Adults to COVID-19
People aged 65 and older are understandably concerned about being at higher risk for serious illness from COVID-19. To help health care professionals across the continuum of care, IHI's Age-Friendly Health Systems experts have developed guidance to help limit the exposure of older adults to COVID-19.

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