Current healthcare payment systems in the United States are all plagued by the problem of adverse incentivization. A more efficient system would be one which leaves billing entities uncertain of how a given patient encounter will be reimbursed.
Vinutha Vijayadeva, PhD, MPH; Philip R. Spradling, MD; Anne C. Moorman, BSN, MPH; Loralee B. Rupp, MS; Mei Lu, PhD; Stuart C. Gordon, MD; Emily Henkle, PhD, MPH; Joseph A. Boscarino, PhD, MPH; Eyasu H. Teshale, MD; and Cynthia Nakasato, MD
We examined the effect of country of origin on HBV testing and chronic HBV infection prevalence among APIs using data from Kaiser Permanente Hawaii.
Richard L. Brown, MD, MPH; D. Paul Moberg, PhD; Joyce B. Allen, MSW; Candace T. Peterson, PhD; Laura A. Saunders, MSSW; Mia D. Croyle, MA; Robin M. Lecoanet, JD; Sarah M. Linnan, BS; Kim Breidenbach, MD, MPH; and Scott B. Caldwell, MS
Expanding primary care teams with trained and supported paraprofessionals enables systematic delivery of widely recommended, evidence-based, cost-saving alcohol, drug, and depression screening and intervention services.