‘The Affordability Imperative’ will address our nation’s need to reduce disparities, address social determinants, and promote value in health care systems.
With a new multi-sector collaboration model, Erin Hertel led CCHE’s evaluation showing ACHs can help make a Healthier Washington.
New training and mentorship program supports clinicians in doing less of what harms and more of what helps vulnerable patients.
KPWHRI’s Katie Coleman leads MacColl Center’s role in the initiative, including new national grants for value-based payment and care
New collaborative with John Snow Inc. and Center for Care Innovations aims to spur innovation in value-based payment and care.
As interest in social determinants grows, more researchers are taking the long view, writes Dr. Eric B. Larson.
Where you live can affect your health, and a $2.67-million NIDDK-funded UW/KPWHRI project explores how.