The Department of Population Medicine (DPM) in the Harvard Pilgrim Health Care (HPHC) Institute is a research and teaching partnership between Harvard Pilgrim Health Care and Harvard Medical School. As the nation's first medical school appointing department based in a health plan, we’re strategically positioned to improve population health and health care delivery locally, nationally, and internationally. We’re distinctive for our scope, expertise, and collaborations.
Our mission and activities are highly consonant with the National Academy of Medicine’s advocacy for a national Learning Health System – one that incorporates evidence-based practices into routine care, captures new knowledge as part of the ongoing delivery of care, and then applies new knowledge in a timely manner
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To improve health care delivery and population health through research and education, in partnership with health plans, delivery systems, and public health agencies.
View our Annual Reports on the activities and achievements of the Department of Population Medicine.
We invite you to learn more about how we started and what we've been up to via our twenty-fifth anniversary brochure.
The Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute is committed to building and nurturing an inclusive professional community in which diversity is valued and every person feels they have a rightful place, are welcome and respected, and are supported in their endeavors. Read our full statement here.