Quality of Care

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A more integrated approach to managing complex member populations starts by moving beyond clinical care settings and extending services into the community. Community-based care drives more predictable costs, and goes a long way to making members’ lives better.
An in-depth look into a nationwide collaborative initiative to standardize and improve oncology dispensing practices for the benefit of patient/provider education, adherence, and overall care.
Understanding the relationships among patient-reported outcomes, satisfaction, and quality is the first step in drawing meaningful conclusions that can then be translated into policy.
Our healthcare system needs to integrate certain aspects that will better address the needs of patients, according to 4 presenters at this year's Quality Talks conference in Washington, DC.
Charlie Fazio, MD, senior vice president and medical director of HealthPartners discusses the uncertainty felt by practices as the industry moves from fee-for-service to value-based care.
Choosing a new city can be difficult for people with disabilities. There is a lot to think about, from the cost of a doctor's visit to the employment rate for people with disabilities. WalletHub analyzed and compared 150 of the most populated cities in the United States and ranked them, taking into account the economy, quality of life, and healthcare.
Catalyst for Payment Reform will use 3 states to pilot new metrics to measure how well healthcare transformation is penetrating individual markets.
Contrary to popular belief, low-cost, low-value health services cost nearly double the amount of high-cost, low-value health services.
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