Boise State’s College of Health Sciences and Myriddian, LLC are unveiling a new workforce development training and certificate program partnership meant to prepare health care professionals for the future of care delivery. The new program, Population Health Management Through Value-Based Principles, is expected to begin enrolling students in the fall of 2024.
Individuals interested in learning more about population health management and value-based healthcare can complete this self-directed online program to receive a certificate of training and continuing education credits.
The certification features expert-led modules that instruct on critical principles and strategies in the necessary elements of the field.
Value-based healthcare is a rising model in the healthcare industry where providers – like hospitals and physicians – are paid based on the quality of care provided rather than the volume of patients served. It allows for higher-quality patient care focusing on patient outcomes while lessening the costs for both the patient and the provider.
Boise State’s Value-Based Healthcare Program received the national 2023 CAHME | George and Regina Herzlinger Innovation Education Award for their Master in Population and Health Systems Management degree program, making the program one of the leaders in value-based care education.
Myriddian, LLC is a Maryland-based healthcare and technology company which partners with public and private-sector organizations to provide services such as population health management strategy consulting, data analytics and workforce solutions training.