Trends in the Use of Clinical Decision Support by Health System–Affiliated Ambulatory Clinics in the United States, 2014-2016
Use of clinical decision support (CDS) in ambulatory clinics is increasing but remains modest. The CDS function with the greatest use is basic medication screening, which increased from 52% of clinics nationally in 2014 to 61% in 2016.
Comparison of Healthcare Delivery Systems in Low- and High-Income Communities
This large-scale, national study shows geographic variation in provider supply and hospital access for low- and high-income communities following the Affordable Care Act.
Quality Data: Simplify Data Governance, Advance Interoperability, and Improve Analytics
Data quality is foundational to accurate, complete analytics. The right data governance strategy can help healthcare organizations enrich their data to drive performance improvement.
How Health Insurance Providers Are Tackling Social Barriers to Health
When people are healthier, care is more affordable for everyone. For the healthcare industry, it is a common-sense decision to confront nonmedical factors that affect people’s health so dramatically.
Delivering Holistic, Value-Based Care: Dr William Shrank Outlines 5 Issues
After the United States has moved farther along the path to value-based care, it will need to contend with a host of new challenges and questions regarding how the different pieces of care delivery fit together.
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