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Nancy Myers, PhD, vice president at the American Hospital Association Center for Health Innovation, and James Dom Dera, MD, FAAFP, population health medical director at NewHealth Collaborative/Summa Health, recently spoke at Health Care Quality Congress 2019. Together they discussed care…
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In a session at Health Care Quality Congress 2019, David Asch, MD, MBA, of The Perelman School & Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, explained why patterns of behavior can be used to improve outcomes and health care quality.
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Nicole Andrews, MPH, PCDC, recently discussed the elements of the collaborative care model at Heath Care Quality Congress 2019, and she explained the models impact on health care cost and analyzed payment incentives for integrating the model.
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In a special onsite interview at Health Care Quality Congress 2019 in Dallas, Texas, David Nash, MD, MBA, founding dean emeritus, Jefferson College of Population Health, Thomas Jefferson University, discusses the evolution of population health work and how changes can be made today to improve care…
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Ambria Moore, BA, PMP, and Denise Parker, both delegate oversight project managers at BlueCross BlueShield (BCBS) of Tennessee, provided tips and techniques for professionals to keep organizations engaged, accountable, and in an ongoing state of readiness.
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David Nash, MD, MBA, kicked off the second annual Health Care Quality Congress (HQC) 2019 in Dallas, Texas, and discussed how managing population health can help improve health care quality.
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Sarah Hudson Scholle, MPH, DrPH, and Daren Anderson, MD, addressed issues surrounding the implementation of patient-reported outcome measures in the primary care setting, and discussed patient characteristics and patterns in both symptoms and function among some who experience chronic pain in…
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The risk stratification model is used by the PCMH practices and our care management teams. The biggest challenge was delivering the risk stratification model in a way that it could be easily accessible by the clinicians and practice teams.
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During this interview, Anne K Scheer, PhD, Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, offers a preview of her upcoming session at PCMH Congress 2019, as well as details her experiences working on the ground floor of patient-centered, pediatric research.
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Mei Wa Kwong, JD, executive director at Center for Connected Health Policy (CCHP), discusses how CCHP, an organization working to advance telehealth policies, improves health outcomes as well as access to quality services.
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