Physicians are good at taking care of a patient, but only now in the era of population health are many of them learning to take care of patients as a group.

“It’s a different science when it comes to taking care of a patient population,” says Munzoor Shaikh, a senior manager at the West Monroe Partners consultancy in Chicago. Providers need to separate and group patients in meaningful ways and then manage distinct patient populations.

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