- Accountable Health
We’re Moving to a New Home
Thanks so much for reading this blog and coming here to learn about Accountable Health and the work we do. We have updated our website and now moved most of the content there. You can easily read our blog, listen … Continue reading →...
- Health Affairs Blog
- Healthcare Informatics
- IHI Open School Blog
Building Health-Creating Systems
In this article, IHI CEO Kedar Mate describes five key features of health-creating systems. He also suggests that health care leaders can use quality as the compass for building such systems.
- Improving Population Health
The Burden of Excessive Alcohol Use in Wisconsin
By Penny Black, MS Excessive alcohol use* is not a new, inconsequential, or geographically-isolated problem. In 2010, approximately 17% of...
State sanctioned executions in the age of COVID-19
When the federal government executed Corey Johnson at the United States Penitentiary in Terre Haute, Indiana, on the 14th of January, 2021, he was COVID-19 positive. He was executed while suffering from a highly contagious respiratory illness that is...
- Medical Executive-Post
Digital Health Funding 2020
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- Ohio Health Policy Review
HPIO analysis: More than two-thirds of Ohioans exposed to adverse childhood experiences
Analysis by the Health Policy Institute of Ohio has found that more than two-thirds of Ohioans have been exposed to adverse childhood experiences, or ACEs. The finding was included in a new fact sheet released by HPIO based on a... &...
- The Field Clinic
- The Health Care Blog
Restorative Justice: Don’t Presume “We’re Better Than This”
By MIKE MAGEE “We’re better than this” is the common refrain heard from many political leaders following the deadly assault on our democracy on January 6th. We hear empty appeals for blindContinue reading...
- The Population Health Blog
The Cure for Checkbox Medicine: Physician-Led Clinically Integrated Networks
Years ago, I was contacted by a health plan about an elderly nursing home patient who had not been screened for osteoporosis.While brittle bones are a big problem in skilled nursing settings, the real problem for this health plan was its low HEDIS sc...
- Wachter's World
- Wing of Zock
- WSJ's Health Blog