Results for Development
When and how should vertical programs for family planning and other health needs be integrated in primary health care (PHC), particularly as countries undertake reforms in pursuit of universal health coverage? Experts from Results for Development, Population Services International (PSI), Marie Stopes International (MSI), ThinkWell and Population Services Kenya (PS Kenya) explored this question in a webinar.
Maria Whitman talks with Dr. Shantanu Nundy, M.D., MBA, about how the healthcare system needs to change to build trust and provide the best care. Dr. Nundy's perspective is informed by his work as a primary care physician and chief medical officer for Accolade, Inc.,
In this webinar, we’ll speak with Dr. Mohsen Saidinejad, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. Saidinejad, who is also director of the patient experience at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center and chair of the Pediatric Committee for the American College of Emergency Physicians, will speak about his clinical and research experience using mobile and connected health tools to provide hospital aftercare for patients who have been discharged from the emergency department. He'll also discuss potential technology strategies to help engage patients with their ongoing chronic care.
Standardized, transparent Episodes of Care are essential for driving Value-Based Care adoption at scale. That’s why the State of Maryland and CareFirst leveraged Change Healthcare's Prometheus Analytics to create the Episode Quality Improvement Program (EQIP), a collaborative, voluntary program that aligns the incentives built into commercial and state programs in order to improve care and reduce costs.