Keyword: New England Journal of Medicine
Family medicine residents at the University of Utah learn the skills needed to lead value improvement efforts.
Intermountain Healthcare uses daily huddles to escalate issues from caregivers to leaders more efficiently.
A St. Louis group practice has cut costs and improved quality outcomes thanks to bundled payments.
Groups like MedPAC have had harsh criticism for MIPS, but much stands in the way of an alternative.
A lack of alignment between payers and providers is hampering the drive to deliver high-value care, according to a new survey.
A brush with sepsis may make patients more likely to be readmitted to the hospital, according to a new study.
A new report describes the challenges and benefits of participating in a physician-led ACO.
Six prominent physician groups have called for President Donald Trump and Congress to help end gun violence.
The FDA commissioner wants to use additional funding under Trump's budget to advance digital health initiatives and integrate real-world data.
NYC Health + Hospitals' care management program connected more patients to primary care, there's still room to reduce unnecessary ER visits.