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Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement

August 28, 2015

Findings from Data Analysis (slides) Learn More

Teaching Hospitals: Preparing Tomorrow's Physicians Today, TrendWatch, June 2015

June 16, 2015

Teaching hospitals serve as centers for training future health care professionals, while also supporting an environment in which biomedical and clinical research can flourish, offering specialized services and providing patient care, often in the most disadvantaged communities. Learn More

Issue Brief: Zeroing in on the Triple Aim

May 04, 2015

Patients expect and deserve excellent care from their health care providers. This paper highlights multiple areas where hospitals are improving care, encouraging healthier lifestyles and reducing costs. Learn More

Realizing the Promise of Telehealth: Understanding the Legal and Regulatory Challenges

May 01, 2015

As telehealth increasingly becomes an integral component of our health care delivery system, and patients become more accustomed to its convenience, hospitals, health systems and other providers will seek new ways to use the rapidly evolving technology in diverse and innovative ways. Learn More

TrendWatch: Rethinking the Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program

March 19, 2015

Reducing readmissions is an important way to improve quality and lower health care spending. Hospitals are making significant progress; as reported by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), the national readmission rate fell to 17.5 percent in 2013, after holding steady at around 19 to 19.5 percent for many years.1 However, reducing readmissions is a complex undertaking because not all readmissions can or should be prevented; indeed, some are planned as part of sound clinical care. Learn More

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