- 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
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Addressing Institutional Racism in Healthcare Organizations
This article presents strategies in five core areas to guide health care leaders as they seek to address institutional racism in their organizations.
- 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...
What to do when physicians get subpoenaed as witnesses: A forensic pathologist explains [PODCAST]
“You’re a clinician. You had a patient die under your care, and now your hospital is being sued. You are not named in the lawsuit, but you are being asked to give a deposition. How much of your time is this going to take? If some lawyer sends...
- Medical Executive-Post
USA v. CHINA: What a [Physician] Investor Should Do?
A PODCAST PRESENTATION ON THE C.C.P. By Vitaliy Katsenelson, CFA EDITOR’S NOTE: Over the last six months, my value investing management colleague Vitaliy Katsenelson has skewed his IMA’s portfolios more towards defense companies. –D...
- Ohio Health Policy Review
HPIO releases Ohio Medicaid Basics 2021
Earlier this week, the Health Policy Institute of Ohio released Ohio Medicaid Basics 2021. Medicaid pays for healthcare services for more than three million Ohioans with low incomes, including almost 1.3 million children. Federal and state expenditur...
- The Field Clinic
- The Health Care Blog
This Mother’s Day, Let’s Get Mothers the Health Care Coverage They Need
By ROSEMARIE DAY and DEBORAH GORDON Mothers deserve more than a day of recognition this year—they deserve the whole month, and more. The pandemic has been particularly hard on women, especially poor womenContinue 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...
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