A new program aims to reduce unnecessary care for vulnerable patients such as back pain imaging, opioid use, and more.
‘The Affordability Imperative’ will address our nation’s need to reduce disparities, address social determinants, and promote value in health care systems.
New training and mentorship program supports clinicians in doing less of what harms and more of what helps vulnerable patients.
Kaiser Permanente Washington research tackled problems like obesity, suicide—and care that doesn’t promote health
KPWHRI’s Katie Coleman leads MacColl Center’s role in the initiative, including new national grants for value-based payment and care
Read how these small health centers can join with others to meet the unique challenges of caring for some of our nation’s most vulnerable populations
MacColl and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation help providers and patients hold hard conversations to curb habits of too much testing and treatment.