Xiaoyan Huang, Lesley Jones Larson, Lian Wang, Kateri J. Spinelli & Meredith Rosenthal
Despite significant primary care reform around patient-centered medical home models, specialty care remains fragmented, with poor communication between primary care and specialists. How should specialty practices be reformed to deliver more coordinated, patient-centered care?
David Lansky & Jeff Micklos
Care management should be payer-agnostic at its core.
Four points on improving value in health care via vertical integration and aggressive experimentation.
Laura L. Forese
A simple road map for health care organizations to follow when working through integration, which keeps the perspective of the patient in mind.
Three components for treating the unhealthy, uncompetitive U.S. health care market — beginning with a buyer’s revolt.
Case Study by
John Grady-Benson, Michael Cremins, Elizabeth Olson, Nishwant Swami & Steven Schutzer
The Connecticut Joint Replacement Institute has demonstrated that formerly competing independent providers can unite on a common vision to yield drastic improvements in quality, safety, and costs.
Jeffrey S. Berns, Aaron Glickman & Matthew S. McCoy
Despite potential benefits, joint ventures between nephrologists and dialysis companies raise legal and ethical concerns because of participants’ conflicts of interest and lack of transparency.
Just as there is no such thing as good marketing or good manufacturing, there is no such thing as good primary care — it completely depends on how that care is tailored to meet the needs of patients with a particular medical condition.