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Facilitating Interoperability

Cross-Posted 10/18/13 from The Health Affairs Blog A Health Affairs report on health information interoperability by staffers of the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) provides a good enough summary of the situation. But it also is not news, and falls … Continue reading

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Why EHRs Really Haven’t Made Us Healthier: A Response To Glen Tullman

Brian Klepper Recently-fired Allscripts CEO Glen Tullman waxed progressive in a self-promotional Forbes article last week, describing the ways past and forward for electronic health records (EHRs) and health information technology (HIT). He may have been trying to recover from a damning New York … Continue reading

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Creating Value-Based Incentives for Primary Care

Brian Klepper and David Kibbe Posted 6/2/11 on The Health Affairs Blog In a remarkable recent interview, Donald Berwick MD, Administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), eloquently described his vision of value-based health care. Paying for value … Continue reading

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Quit The RUC

BRIAN KLEPPER and DAVID KIBBE Originally published 1/21/11 on Kaiser Health News Recently, a Wall Street Journal expose and a New York Times column by Princeton economist Uwe Reinhardt detailed how vast health care resources are steered by the American Medical Association’s … Continue reading

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The Obama Team’s Success in Health IT

BRIAN KLEPPER Over at the Health Affairs Blog, David C. Kibbe and I have a piece that details how the Obama Administration’s Health IT team “unfroze” and turned around an entrenched Health IT market, and is making it, by virtually any measure, … Continue reading

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