Innovations: Other (e.g., Association, Intermediary), Care Coordination and Medical Homes

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The Business Case for Pharmaceutical Management: A Case Study of Henry Ford Health System

August 23, 2004 - To shorten hospitalization for deep vein thrombosis, Henry Ford experimented with the use of an expensive new drug, low molecular weight heparin, and set up a lipid clinic to maximize the benefit of powerful new cholesterol-lowering drugs.

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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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Case Study: The Washington University Medicare Coordinated Care Demonstration Program

June 30, 2005 - CMS has launched several demonstration programs to find out whether chronic care management programs developed in the private sector can be effective for the Medicare population.

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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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Genesys HealthWorks: Pursuing the Triple Aim Through a Primary Care-Based Delivery System, Integrated Self-Management Support, and Community Partnerships

July 22, 2010 - Genesys HealthWorks is a model of care developed by Genesys Health System in metropolitan Flint, Michigan. This case study looks at how Genesys aims to improve population health and the patient experience of care while reducing or controlling increases in the per capita cost of care.

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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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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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QuadMed: Transforming Employer-Sponsored Health Care Through Workplace Primary Care and Wellness Programs

July 22, 2010 - This case study looks at how Wisconsin-based printing company Quad/Graphics transformed itself from a purchaser of health insurance to an investor in employee health and productivity by creating worksite health clinics that focus on comprehensive primary care and wellness programs.

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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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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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