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Federally qualified health centers face significant financial and competitive pressures, but executives reported in a recent survey that they have identified areas for improvement and are planning a path to success.
Data presented during PAINWeek show that the rate of drug misuse among teenagers has dropped dramatically.
Quality measurement is here to stay, but a JAMA viewpoint asks if anyone is keeping tabs on the costs of measurement.
A new report finds that small businesses in the US are offering health benefits that are competitive with those offered by larger employers, but that workers at the smallest companies tend to pay higher premium costs.
As HHS celebrates National Health Center Week by announcing $105 million in grants for quality improvement, a study indicates that practice transformation may be taking a toll on satisfaction among clinicians and staff at some federally qualified health centers.
UPDATE: CMS called for other changes to the existing Comprehensive Joint Replacement model. Experts who work with providers on bundled payments have predicted tweaks that will let voluntary programs qualify as an Advanced Alternative Payment Models under the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act.
The alliance based at Johns Hopkins seeks to promote high-value healthcare and educate the next generation of medical students in these principles.
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