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With over 45.7 million uninsured in the United States and health reform a national priority, the need for population health management has never been more eminent. Sixty percent of American deaths are attributable to behavioral factors, social circumstances and environmental exposures. Employment of population health management techniques advocating use of preventative services and quality clinical care are imperative. Population Health: Creating a Culture of Wellness offers an educational foundation for professionals and students on the genesis and growth of this important topic. The book is a concise overview of the topic from the perspectives of providers and businesses. It offers a population-based approach to understanding disease management, chronic care management, and health policy making it ideal for students in programs of public health, health policy, quality and patient safety, health care administration, medicine, nursing, pharmacy, social work and other related clinical professions.