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Articles from Healthcare Innovation (May 1, 2019)

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A Statewide ACO Business Model: How Caravan Health is Testing New Limits: Gleaning from their years of ACO experience, Caravan Health leaders now believe that being part of a larger, collaborative ACO will lead to more sustainable success. Leventhal, Rajiv 1840
Becoming Patient-Centric: How Jefferson Health is Prioritizing the Consumer: Jefferson Health's Neil Gomes, an advisory council member for the Mid-Atlantic Health IT Summit in June, discusses strategies around healthcare consumerism and digital innovation. Leventhal, Rajiv 875
Developing a Work-Life Balance Culture: Many companies have embraced the new generational workforce by adding some very creative benefits that are impacting hiring and retention numbers in a positive way. Tolan, Tim 709
Epic, Cerner Continue to Dominate U.S. Hospital EHR Market KLAS Finds. 451
Finding the Upside in Downside Risk: The leaders of pioneering patient care organizations are diving full-bore into downside risk-based contracting and making it work--through a combination of key strategies, and a whole lot of determination. Hagland, Mark Cover story 2740
Kidney Care Shows Promise as Value Payment Model for Complex Patients: End-Stage Renal Disease Seamless Care Organizations allow dialysis clinics, nephrologists and other providers to coordinate care. Raths, David 1586
Long-Awaited Second Draft of TEFCA Responds to Stakeholder Concerns. 573
New HHS Models Seek to Shift Primary Care to Value-Based Payments. 696
Payers, Providers Agree: The Shift to Value Will Require Transformative Change: At the World Health Care Congress, healthcare thought leaders engaged in high-level discussions on moving toward value-based care, new Medicare payment models, and the massive shift that's needed to succeed. Leventhal, Rajiv 1731
Radiologists Creating Their Own Al Algorithms? A New Partnership Provides the Opportunity. 410
Rethinking Patient Care Facility Design. 840
Shifting the Conversation to Security by Design: The Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology's Parham Eftekhari says HIT products should be built to higher security standards. Raths, David Interview 994
UCSD Health's CIO Examines Some of the Issues Around EHRs and Burnout: During the Southern California Health IT Summit in San Diego, UC San Diego Health's Christopher Longhurst, M.D., shared his perspectives on the physician-burnout issue and related EHR issues. Hagland, Mark 977
Value-Based Care Winner: CitiusTech: CitiusTech's forward-thin king leaders devise a solution to scaling up analytics for value-based care delivery. Hagland, Mark 1030
What Does Jared Diamonds 'Guns, Germs, and Steel' Have To Do With the Current Moment in U.S. Healthcare? The Pulitzer Prize-winning book makes it clear that initial inventions need much time and effort to be refined into society-wide usefulness. 582
What Large-Scale Diabetes Care Transformation Looks Like. 609
When Disaster Strikes, A Communication Command Center Helped One Medical Center Stay Afloat During Hurricane Florence: A North Carolina-based hospital shares key lessons learned that could help other organizations be better prepared to communicate in a crisis. Both, Jane 886
When Will Telehealth Simply Be Health? Some Experts Say Sooner Rather Than Later: Although there are roadblocks still in the way, policymakers, providers and patients are getting more on board with the convenience and benefits that come with virtual healthcare services. Leventhal, Rajiv 2700
Who's Successfully Switching Into Downside Risk in the MSSP? A New Study Examines the Issue. 527

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