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

Global Health Trafficking, Systems and Ethics
Global Health / Inspiration

Global Health Trafficking, Systems and Ethics

  By Abhishek Dalal Introduction: The kidney transplantation waiting list far exceeds the number of donors, and there has been renewed discussion around the idea of selling kidneys. Meanwhile, kidney trafficking continues where the stolen organs are mostly transplanted to Westerners who are trying to survive. What may seem like a domestic issue is, indeed, … Continue reading