Population Health University

Highmark is on a journey to transform health. This goal requires a focused partnership with our provider partners, and enhanced coordination with hospitals and post-acute care facilities to improve the care for our members. In an ongoing effort to strengthen this collaboration, we are developing a series of modules aimed at continuous improvement and population health management.

Population Health University is an open exchange of information with The American Journal of Managed Care® (AJMC®) designed to deliver valuable information to you so that you can improve your overall delivery of care.

Learn more about our Population Health Transformation Journey.

*Highmark also has educational reminder cards, brochures, bookmarks and trackers that you can share with your patients. View and order them in our Educational Resources section.

Population Health University Modules:

The charts below show a listing of resources and toolkits available to help you in your Population Health journey. 

Quality, Cost & Utilization Resources

Ambulatory Care Sensitive Condition Diabetes Overview

Chronic Care Management (CCM) Overview

Chronic Care Management Toolkit

Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Overview

Chronic Kidney Disease Toolkit

Clinical Partnership Review Overview

Clinical Services FAQs Overview

Emergency Department (ED) Utilization Overview

ED Utilization Toolkit

Heart Failure Overview

Major Joint Ortho Suite Overview

Medicare Advantage Quality Measure Guides Overview

Medication Related Cost Savings Overview

Medication Related Quality Overview

Optimal Colorectal Cancer Screening Overview

Palliative Care Overview

Palliative Care Toolkit

Pharmacists Role in Transitions of Care Overview

Social Determinants of Health Overview

Transitions of Care Overview

Transitions of Care Toolkit

Targeted Cost of Care Overview

Clinical Prescribing Resources

Appropriate Prescribing for Obesity and Weight Loss

Deprescribing Clinical Pearl in Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Proton Pump Inhibitor Deprescribing 
Last updated on 1/7/2022


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