Category Archives: Clinicians

Reducing clinical variation: Does it limit or enable patient care?

Reducing clinical variation continues to be a hot topic in health care. However, it’s the idea of reducing or eliminating variation that makes many physicians who may not like the idea of standardization take pause. As a physician myself, I understand the concern and have had the opportunity to see how evidence-based medicine can be […]
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Leading a team approach to value

Collaboration around the business of health care is critical In a recent marketplace survey by NEJM Catalyst on the transition from fee-for-service to value-based care, we gained interesting insight into the state of value in health care. These included snapshots of revenue distribution, models in use, barriers, important measures and more. All are important points […]
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