Category Archives: Operational effectiveness

How Can We Align Incentives As We Move From Volume to Value?

Changing payment for health care from volume to value will be facilitated if the stakeholders keep a close eye on “What’s in it for me” Continue reading

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Providers, Patient Care Delivery and Policy: Hospitalist story

There are often perverse incentives in health care. These incentives can, at times, create competing drives where providers are encouraged to do things that directly increase the costs of care.  Consider the reaction to the mandate to cut down hours … Continue reading

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