Case Studies: Other (e.g., Association, Intermediary), Information Technology

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The Veterans Health Administration: Taking Home Telehealth Services to Scale Nationally

January 30, 2013 - This case study highlights factors critical to the VHA's success—like the organization's leadership, culture, and existing information technology infrastructure—as well as opportunities and challenges.

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Partners HealthCare: Connecting Heart Failure Patients to Providers Through Remote Monitoring

January 30, 2013 - Partners HealthCare's programs in home telehealth have been driven by its Center for Connected Health, which has pilot-tested and implemented telemedicine and remote monitoring solutions.

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Scaling Telehealth Programs: Lessons from Early Adopters

January 30, 2013 - This synthesis brief offers findings from case studies of three early remote patient monitoring adopters: the Veterans Health Administration, Partners HealthCare, and Centura Health at Home.

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Centura Health at Home: Home Telehealth as the Standard of Care

January 30, 2013 - This case study looks at the results from the year-long program that demonstrated successful outcomes in terms of reducing 30-day rehospitalizations, increasing patients' quality of life, improving patients' self-management skills and education, and reducing the frequency of home visits from registered nurses.

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A 'Meaningful' User of an Electronic Health Record System Describes Its Clinical and Financial Benefits

June 23, 2011 - One of the first physicians in the country to be certified as a "meaningful" user of health information technology says the electronic health record system she implemented has significantly improved her performance on measures of clinical quality by providing immediate feedback on her adherence to evidence-based standards of care.

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The Massachusetts Child Psychiatry Access Project: Supporting Mental Health Treatment in Primary Care

March 3, 2010 - Massachusetts has successfully demonstrated the Massachusetts Child Psychiatry Access Project, a program that provides timely telephonic psychiatric and clinical guidance to primary care providers treating children with mental health problems. This study looks into the development and implementation of the project.

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Mayo Clinic: Multidisciplinary Teamwork, Physician-Led Governance, and Patient-Centered Culture Drive World-Class Health Care

August 13, 2009 - The Mayo Clinic is the world's oldest and largest integrated multispecialty group medical practice, combining clinical practice, education, and research at the regional, national, and international levels for the benefit of individuals with routine as well as complex health care needs.

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Henry Ford Health System: A Framework for System Integration, Coordination, Collaboration, and Innovation

August 13, 2009 - Henry Ford Health System is a vertically integrated health care system in southeastern Michigan whose leadership is committed to systemic integration, clinical excellence, and customer value through the core competencies of collaboration, care coordination, and innovation and learning.

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Marshfield Clinic: Health Information Technology Paves the Way for Population Health Management

August 13, 2009 - Marshfield Clinic is a not-for-profit, physician-governed multispecialty group practice serving residents of rural Wisconsin through a regional ambulatory care system, an affiliated health plan, and related foundations supporting health research and education.

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Denver Health: A High-Performance Public Health Care System

July 12, 2007 - Denver Health, a comprehensive and integrated medical system that is Colorado's largest health care safety-net provider, has a national reputation as a high-performance organization

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Case Study: The Harvard Center for Medical Simulation's Labor and Delivery Crisis Resource Management Course

March 30, 2005 - To prepare clinicians to handle critical situations in labor and delivery, the Harvard Center for Medical Simulation created a simulation-based Labor and Delivery Crisis Resource Management training course designed to increase teamwork and procedural skills among teams of providers.

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The Business Case for Tobacco Cessation Programs: A Case Study of Group Health Cooperative in Seattle

August 23, 2004 - Group Health Cooperative made tobacco cessation a priority by identifying smokers and engaging them in behavioral counseling.

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