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Population healthiness INDEX℠ (PHI, Φ)

For Providers

A Game Changer in Healthcare

Transform Care Delivery

Lack of a single measure for the overall health and vitality of the Whole Person (see graphic) is the most important reason for inefficiency and complexity in the current healthcare delivery system resulting in an enormous cost to the Providers. 

PHI (Φ) as a SINGLE measure reflecting multiple dimensions and factors of the Whole Person (see graphic), is a simple and elegant way to measure and improve the effectiveness of the care delivered, cost efficiency and the patient experience.

Deploy performance based model for ACO's and other similar initiatives

  • Set unambiguous targets for ΦScore℠ improvement with the ability to measure impact of every one point change and thus provide the clearest basis for performance based payment.

Simplify revenue systems - dramatically

  • Cut through a slew of low to intermediate, confusing and often conflicting measures to a holistic single measure of health and vitality.

Increase dollar velocity and return on investments

  • Simplified payment systems could significantly accelerate revenue creation and recognition, increase cash flow, reduce capital needs and greatly improve the returns on investment made.

Reduce operating costs and increase profitability

  • Simplified processes such as billing, accounts receivables, revenue cycle, care delivery as well as the performance measurement systems, would dramatically reduce operating and other related costs.

Reduce readmissions and adverse episodes

  • Single, holistic measure that focuses on multiple non-clinical dimensions critical for health and vitality would significantly reduce post-op relapses, readmissions and other similar episodes; minimize penalties and revenue loss; and  improve quality, credibility and rankings.

Improve quality and care

  • Single holistic measurement system would significantly refocus quality efforts in the areas that really matter - improve health and vitality of a patient, and help dramatically improve quality and care delivered.

Deliver faster service and better experience to physicians and service providers

  • Eliminate conflicts, confusion and complaints and focus on providing outstanding experience to all stakeholders.

Manage strategic costs and investments with fine-tuned population based strategies

  • With over 50 factors and dimensions that influence health and cost, a pin-point focus on factors that have the highest influence could strategically direct investments for the greatest return.

Build deeper and longer engagement with the patients and consumers

  • Engage and motivate individuals and groups with the Whole Person view, that includes multiple dimensions and factors, into proactively managing their health, vitality and productivity.

Facilitate collaborative population based strategies with major stakeholders

  • Co-develop and co-execute finely targeted population based strategies with payers, physicians, employers, pharmaceuticals and other stakeholders as necessary, measure their impact on cost, efficacy of care and productivity in real-time, and continuously improve.

Measure effectiveness of treatments faster

  • Single holistic measure would accelerate measurement of a treatment, therapy, technology or other interventions in improving overall health and vitality of a patient and speed feedback to change or improve for greater effectiveness and value.

Change narrative with the key stakeholders

  • Forge deeper collaborative relationships with the key stakeholders such as patients, consumers and payers by changing discussions from cost to health, vitality and productivity.

Above all, transform healthcare delivery

  • Collaborate in transition from the transactional fee based payment models to the outcomes focused system that improves the health and vitality of patients and consumers at much greater cost efficiency while delivering superior experience.


Learn how to transform a hospital/system into a high performing care delivery organization using PHI (Φ) model.......