How to Improve Quality of US Health Care: Dr Patricia Salber Interviews Dr Elizabeth McGlynn

September 29, 2020

Despite decades of experimentation, there have not been large increases in health care quality in the United States. What will move the needle?

Despite decades of experimentation, there have not been large increases in health care quality in the United States. What will move the needle?

In this week’s Managed Care Cast, Elizabeth McGlynn, PhD, speaks with Patricia Salber, MD, MBA, of The Doctor Weighs In, about health care quality in the United States, quality measurement and incentives, what the United States can do to drive quality improvement, how social determinants fit into the picture, and more.

McGlynn serves as Kaiser Permanente Bernard J. Tyson School of Medicine’s Interim Senior Associate Dean for Research and Scholarships and as a professor. She is an internationally known expert on methods for evaluating the appropriateness and quality of health care delivery.

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