The American Journal of Accountable Care > September 2018

The American Journal of Accountable Care - September 2018

August 23, 2018 – Nicole Sweeney, BA; Sarika Aggarwal, MD, MHCM; Peter Aran, MD; Deb Dahl, MBA; Joseph Manganelli, PharmD, MPA; Steven Peskin, MD, MBA; Emily Allinder Scott, MHA; David Parker, PhD; Joseph Conoshenti, RPh, MBA; and Anupam B. Jena, MD, PhD
Improving population health requires developing innovative multistakeholder partnerships to enable mining and cross-leveraging data sets, creating patient touchpoint “ecosystems,” and aligning investments with each stakeholder’s returns.
August 23, 2018 – Deirdre A. Shires, PhD; Amir Alishahi Tabriz, PhD, MD, MPH; Carrie A. Miller, MPH; and Jennifer Elston Lafata, PhD
Physician- and nursing staff–reported team functioning was associated with patient satisfaction but not with clinical quality or patient portal implementation.
August 24, 2018 – Sanjula Jain, PhD; Adam S. Wilk, PhD; Kenneth E. Thorpe, PhD; and S. Patrick Hammond, MHA
The Population Health Care Delivery Model presents delivery systems with a framework for developing, piloting, and implementing population health programs across the continuum of care.
August 27, 2018 – Patricia Bonachela Solás, BSc; José Bernabéu-Wittel, MD; M. Nieves Romero Rodríguez, MD; Antonio Castro Torres, MD; and Diego Núñez García, MD
The objective of this work is to improve the quality of patient care in the admission office service of the University Hospital Virgen del Rocío (HUVR) by standardizing and systematizing its procedures using Lean methodology. The results have allowed HUVR to achieve continuous improvement in the process, eliminating the elements that do not add value.
August 27, 2018 – Baptiste Crelier, MMed; Sven Streit, MD; and Jacques D. Donzé, MD, MSc
This multicenter study identifies patient complexity in the hospital setting as frequent and helps to better understand what makes a patient complex.
August 29, 2018 – Chris Seib, BS
As payment responsibility for medical services increases, consumer experience will become a necessary focus for healthcare to ensure customer loyalty and future longevity.
August 30, 2018 – Sarah L. Goff, MD; Lorna Murphy, MA, MPH; Alexander Knee, MS; Haley Guhn-Knight, BS; Audrey Guhn, MD; and Peter K. Lindenauer, MD, MSc
This natural experiment compared rates of indicated preventive care for low-income Hispanic patients enrolled in an enhanced primary care program with those of patients receiving usual care.
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