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Pursuing the Triple Aim: Seven Innovators Show the Way to Better Care, Better Health, and Lower Costs - Shares compelling stories that are emerging in locations ranging from Pittsburgh to Seattle, from Boston to Oakland, focused on topics including improving quality and lowering costs in primary care; setting challenging goals to control chronic disease with notable outcomes; leveraging employer buying ...

Pursuing the Triple Aim: Seven Innovators Show the Way to Better Care, Better Health, and Lower Costs - Shares compelling stories that are emerging in locations ranging from Pittsburgh to Seattle, from Boston to Oakland, focused on topics including improving quality and lowering costs in primary care; setting challenging goals to control chronic disease with notable outcomes; leveraging employer buying ...

Doctors & Nurses: Can Poor Countries Train and Retain Them? Brain drain' is a core problem in the developing world, and an especially tragic one in the field of health care. For many African countries, training new doctors and nurses is almost a fruitless enterprise--since, upon completion of their schooling, these young professionals typically leave for high-paying positions abroad.

Doctors & Nurses: Can Poor Countries Train and Retain Them? Brain drain' is a core problem in the developing world, and an especially tragic one in the field of health care. For many African countries, training new doctors and nurses is almost a fruitless enterprise--since, upon completion of their schooling, these young professionals typically leave for high-paying positions abroad.

Reaching Teens: Strength-Based Communication Strategies to Build Resilience and Support Healthy Adolescent Development by Kenneth R. Ginsburg

Reaching Teens: Strength-Based Communication Strategies to Build Resilience and Support Healthy Adolescent Development by Kenneth R. Ginsburg

Nutrition and Physical Activity in Aging, Obesity, and Cancer -  This Annals volume presents a series of short reviews that focus on recent advances in, and future directions for, physical and nutritional bio-modulation and prevention of aging, obesity, and cancer, and suggest clinical care guidelines for the general population and for cancer patients and survivors who need proper physical exercise and optimal nutrition.

Nutrition and Physical Activity in Aging, Obesity, and Cancer - This Annals volume presents a series of short reviews that focus on recent advances in, and future directions for, physical and nutritional bio-modulation and prevention of aging, obesity, and cancer, and suggest clinical care guidelines for the general population and for cancer patients and survivors who need proper physical exercise and optimal nutrition.

Developing and Sustaining High-Quality Patient-Centered Care

Developing and Sustaining High-Quality Patient-Centered Care

Continuing my learning journey as part of #KPLantern, I found this to be a handy guide. Read it. I have a few reflections, comments, and additional tips to share based on my ally journey...

Continuing my learning journey as part of #KPLantern, I found this to be a handy guide. Read it. I have a few reflections, comments, and additional tips to share based on my ally journey...

Moonshots - ideas on how to make or break the things that challenge us as leaders. There are some great ideas in here.

Moonshots - ideas on how to make or break the things that challenge us as leaders. There are some great ideas in here.

The Cost of 30 Years of Unsustainable Health Spending Growth in the United States

The Cost of 30 Years of Unsustainable Health Spending Growth in the United States

Two Americas - Economists at Harvard University recently reported that geography is a particularly powerful predictor of economic mobility in the United States. For those of us who work in health care, this should not be surprising: we already have abundant evidence that where you live matters a lot when it comes to health and the quality of care you receive. Increasingly, the U.S. is not one country, but two―divided geographically by persistent, troubling differences...

Two Americas - Economists at Harvard University recently reported that geography is a particularly powerful predictor of economic mobility in the United States. For those of us who work in health care, this should not be surprising: we already have abundant evidence that where you live matters a lot when it comes to health and the quality of care you receive. Increasingly, the U.S. is not one country, but two―divided geographically by persistent, troubling differences...

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