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Written by the head of Institute for Healthcare (IHI), the nations leading organization for health care quality improvement, the book answers the question: how can we pursue improvement of population health and patient health while lowering cost? Innovative health care organizations around the country have formulated breakthrough solutions to some of the toughest and most expensive challenges in health care. This book identifies these innovations, describes and defines them, and prescribes a model for their spread. The authors measure and detail the impact of these changes on both the health of our nation and on costs savings.
Maureen Bisognano is president and CEO of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement. She teaches at the Harvard School of Public Health and is an elected member of the Institute of Medicine. Charles Kenney is the author of The Best Practice: How the New Quality Movement is Transforming Medicine, and was awarded the 2012 Shingo Research and Professional Publication Award for Transforming Health Care: Virginia Mason Medical Center's Pursuit of the Perfect Patient Experience.
Table of Contents
|The Authors||p. xix|
|HealthPartners: Care Model Process and Continuous Healing Relationships||p. 1|
|Intel and Virginia Mason Medical Center: Marketplace Collaboratives for Better, Faster, More Affordable Care||p. 41|
|CareOregon and Affiliated Clinics: Producing Health, Changing Lives||p. 85|
|The Alternative Quality Contract: A Payment Method Supporting the Triple Aim||p. 129|
|Bellin Health: Improving Population Health with the Right Care at the Right Place and the Right Cost||p. 167|
|The Patient and Family Centered Care Methodology and Practice: Improving Patient Experience and Clinical Outcomes||p. 199|
|Kaiser Permanente: Embedding Improvement Capacity into Organizational DNA||p. 231|
|No Excuses: Effective Leadership to Achieve the Triple Aim||p. 273|
|Epilogue: Innovation Everywhere||p. 293|
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