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Tom Lee Talk the Secret Sauce of Health Care Management

Leadership

In Search of the Health Care Management Secret Sauce

Creating sustained change comes from a leader who does more than just inspire.

New Marketplace

Reframing the Conversation on Drug Pricing

We can’t afford for current trends to continue. There is only one solution.

Leadership

Medicine Is Not Manufacturing

Treating medicine as just another business is to deny its soul, the essential element that has given patients comfort and relief for thousands of years.

Leadership

Repeal, Replace, Repair, Retreat — Republicans’ Health Care Quagmire

Republicans’ Senate misadventures with the Affordable Care Act offer a powerful reminder about the limits of political power in the United States.

Leadership

Turmoil in the Individual Insurance Market — Where It Came From and How to Fix It

The threat to individual market stability is real. We need to fix it before it's too late.

Leadership

Health Care Leaders: Bill or No Bill, We Still Have Work to Do

Members of the IHI Leadership Alliance on the enduring significance of the Triple Aim.

Root Cause Analysis: Typical Domains of Root Cause: Medical Errors

Care Redesign

Does Every Hospital Admission Deserve a Root Cause Analysis?

Will applying the RCA rubric to hospital admissions better help define and manage care?

Distribution of Unique Adult Patients Presenting to Ambulatory Care and ED by Insurance Status, Jan 2013- Jan 2017 at NYC Health + Hospitals Safety Net

Leadership

Coverage Expansion and Delivery System Reform in the Safety Net: Two Sides of the Same Coin

Safety-net health system transformation is threatened by recent health reform proposals that erode coverage gains.

Estimates of the Effect of Health Insurance Coverage on Emergency Department Visits / ED Use

Leadership

Health Insurance and Emergency Department Use — A Complex Relationship

The relationship between health insurance and emergency care isn’t straightforward.

Principles for Regional Health Plans Committed to Their Communities

Leadership

The Committed Perspective — Policy Principles for Regional Health Plans

When we say “committed,” we mean “in it for the long haul.”

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