With changes in reimbursement, additional supportive team and innovations in data and communications, primary care providers are in a better position to manage the health of their patients across the continuum of care than they were a decade ago.
Implementing a population health care model – a 5-year look-back by Nirav Vakharia, MD, Associate Chief for Value-Based Operations in Population Health.
In a time of seemingly constant change in healthcare, many different organizations are proposing potential alternate care delivery and payment models, including the ACO. In this article, Maged Rizk, MD, MBA, defines ACOs and describes how the model works.
Cleveland Clinic’s International Operations is working with Hospital Cares executives on a year-long customized project that gives an in-depth look at operationalizing value-based care.
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Cleveland Clinic’s ACNO of Care Coordination and Ambulatory Services shares insight on what the population health model looks like in practice and how organizations can transition to value-based care and measure its success.
ECNO Kelly Hancock shares highlights from the 11th Annual Nursing Leadership Summit, which included national experts and a video on value-based care and the future of healthcare. Learn more and watch the brief video.
James Hekman, MD, Medical Director of Cleveland Clinic’s new Lakewood Family Health Center, discusses his calling and how the new center was custom-designed to meet the healthcare needs of a diverse community on Cleveland’s near west side.
Veteran cardiovascular quality expert Dr. Jeffrey Rich shares how a national network can champion value and excellence — and how to thrive in the era of value-based care.
How leading spine centers are refining and increasingly combining these surgical advancements in pursuit of better patient outcomes and care value.
A Cleveland Clinic case study shows hospitals can implement strategies to curb the financial impact of dramatic inpatient drug price hikes while protecting appropriate utilization.