Reporting Provider Performance: What Can Be Learned From the Experience of Multi-Stakeholder Community Coalitions?
From Rhetoric to Reality: Consumer Engagement in 16 Multi-Stakeholder Alliances
The Longitudinal Impact of Aligning Forces for Quality on Measures of Population Health, Quality and Experience of Care, and Cost of Care
Evaluating a Complex, Multi-Site, Community-Based Program to Improve Healthcare Quality: The Summative Research Design for the Aligning Forces for Quality Initiative
The Aligning Forces for Quality Initiative: Background and Evolution From 2005 to 2015
Summative Evaluation Results and Lessons Learned From the Aligning Forces for Quality Program
Improving the Outcomes of Disease Management by Tailoring Care to the Patient's Level of Activation
Tailoring coaching to each patient’s activation level may improve clinical indicators and reduce utilization more than the usual disease management coaching.
Plan Design and Active Involvement of Consumers in Their Own Health and Healthcare
Enrollment in a consumer-driven health plan does not appear to encourage enrollees to become active, informed managers of their own health and healthcare.
Comprehension and Choice of a Consumer-Directed Health Plan: An Experimental Study
This study highlights the difficulty many consumers have in understanding comparative plan information. It also suggests that presentation strategies may help consumers understand choices better.
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