Risk stratification is defined as the continuing process of giving a specific risk level to all patients. Risk statuses are determined using data from vital health indicators, lifestyle, and medical history. Researchers and physicians may link risk to levels of care, develop tailored treatment regimens, explore value-based care methods, and address population health management issues.
Patients with higher risk scores maybe given more attention, such as more regular follow-up, social and community assistance, improved care coordination services, medication adherence counseling, or an invitation to participate in an educational patient support program me.
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