A critical but often overlooked component of health reform is improving the way that health care is delivered. Recent efforts to improve care delivery have focused on the adoption of health IT, team-based care models, improved access to care, and more patient-centered approaches in the clinical setting. Many clinical leaders are experiencing promising results from the adoption of practical, evidence-based clinical innovations and care delivery strategies that improve population health and reduce health care costs.
Strengthening Medicare for 2030
June 5, 2015
On June 5, the Center for Health Policy at Brookings and the USC Schaeffer Center for Health Policy and Economics hosted a half-day forum on the future of Medicare.
Health Care Finance and Payment Reform
October 20, 2014
October 13, 2014, S. Lawrence Kocot, Ross White, Pratyusha Katikaneni and Mark B. McClellan
September 24, 2014
September 22, 2014, Mark B. McClellan, S. Lawrence Kocot, Ross White and Pratyusha Katikaneni
September 19, 2014
August 26, 2014, Darshak Sanghavi, Kavita Patel, Kate Samuels, Meaghan George, Frank McStay, Andrea Thoumi, et al.
August 5, 2014, Kavita Patel and Domitilla Masi
July 31, 2014, Darshak Sanghavi, Meaghan George and Sara Bencic
July 28, 2014, S. Lawrence Kocot, Pratyusha Katikaneni and Ross White
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July 24, 2014, Mark B. McClellan
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