Moving Intelligent Change Forward.

Jennifer Bright

Innovation Digest – December 2017 vol. 1

The first December 2017 issue of the Innovation Digest is out! In this issue: As Health Care Changes, Insurers, Hospitals and Drugstores Team Up Industry advocates offer checklist to improve value-based payment models You Say You Want A (Health Care) Revolution? Create The Health System You Want To Work In Patients, physicians and employers all have […]

Innovation Digest – November 2017 vol. 2

The second November 2017 issue of the Innovation Digest is out! In this issue: Payers to Identify, Promote, and Reward SUD Treatment that Aligns with Principles of Care Paving the way to a patient-centered approach in health care Patient councils, apps show promise in incorporating patient voice into delivery reform Patient value: Perspectives from the advocacy […]

Innovation Digest – November 2017 vol. 1

The first November 2017 issue of the Innovation Digest is out! In this issue: Ten Steps the Federal Government Should Take Now to Reverse the Opioid Addiction Epidemic Death by Gun Violence-A Public Health Crisis CMS to Ease Physician Burden, Give More Patient Time Cleveland Clinic spotlights 10 disruptive medical innovations Patients urged FDA panel to recommend […]

Innovation Digest – October 2017 vol. 2

The second October 2017 issue of the Innovation Digest is out! In this issue: The Critical Skills for Leading Major Change in America’s Health System A health care solution to rival single payer A spin-out from Google parent company Alphabet aims to help low-income Americans get better health care In a new pharmacy initiative, Sutter Health […]

Innovation Digest – October 2017 vol. 1

The first October 2017 issue of the Innovation Digest is out! In this issue: Place More Value on Talking with Patients, Experts Say Our Next Health Care Debate Building Smarter Patient Registries SAMHSA Releases New State-By-State Reports on US Behavioral Health Access to patient records held back by cultural and technical issues Non-Emergency Medical Transportation: Will […]