When Doing Less Means Doing More: The Taking Action on Overuse Framework
Applied Health IT / Patient Centered Innovation / Payment Innovation

When Doing Less Means Doing More: The Taking Action on Overuse Framework

  By Emmy Ganos, Michael Parchman, and Brian Austin Much about the immediate future of health care is uncertain, but one trend is clear—the push to encourage value-based care is ongoing. Many payers and purchasers in the public and private sectors continue to emphasize the importance of pursuing value-based payment agendas, and at the Robert … Continue reading

10 Questions with Former FDA and CMS Chief Mark McClellan
Payment Innovation

10 Questions with Former FDA and CMS Chief Mark McClellan

Once commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and administrator of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), Dr. Mark McClellan is currently a senior fellow and director of the Health Care Innovation and Value Initiative at the Brookings Institution. Earlier last year, Dr. McClellan was interviewed by our journal about his new role, … Continue reading

Congestive Heart Failure: A Case Study for Alternative Payment Models
Payment Innovation

Congestive Heart Failure: A Case Study for Alternative Payment Models

By Meaghan George and Darshak Sanghavi   As frontline decision-makers, clinicians can drive reforms to move the U.S. toward a higher value. As those who directly influence the delivery and quality of care, clinicians often have terrific ideas but may not know how to navigate the baffling landscape of health care payment reform—which is critical … Continue reading