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  • National Academy of Medicine » Value Incentives
    safety or valued innovation These meetings systematically identified and assessed both qualitatively and quantitatively the sources of excess cost in health care insights already developed on approaches to reducing waste and priority policy issues and options Discussion Papers Essential Stewardship Priorities for Academic Health Systems Demanding Value from our Health Care Motivating Patient Action to Reduce Waste in Health Care From Pilots to Practice Speeding the Movement of Successful Pilots to Effective Practice Collaborative An ad hoc convening activity under the auspices of the NAM Leadership Consortium for Value Science Driven Health Care the Value Incentives Learning Collaborative VILC seeks to build on the foundation of prior work engaged by the Consortium to develop a learning network by convening organizations and individuals actively working to design develop test and evaluate innovative approaches to shifting health care payment in ways that reward value Participants VILC participants represent organizations and individuals devoted to value determination in health care and to the implementation of innovative payment approaches that provide incentives according to the value delivered The aim is for an inclusive Collaborative without walls and participation in individual projects is structured according to interest need and practicality Representative Participants Organizations AARP Aetna Inc American Academy of Family Physicians American Academy of Pediatrics American College of Cardiology American College of Clinical Pharmacy AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals LP Blue Cross Blue Shield Association Brigham and Women s Hospital C Change Cigna Inc Commonwealth Fund Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center General Electric Company Group Health Cooperative HCA Inc Healthcare Leadership Council IBM Johnson Johnson Kaiser Permanente Marriott International Massachusetts General Hospital Medtronic Microsoft National Academy for State Health Policy National Business Group on Health National Committee for Quality Assurance National Health Council National Partnership for Women Families National Quality Forum Robert Wood Johnson Foundation sanofi aventis Stryker The Brookings

    Original URL path: http://nam.edu/programs/value-science-driven-health-care/value-incentives/ (2015-07-15)
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  • National Academy of Medicine » Clinical Effectiveness Research
    and other models that accelerate the timeliness and level of research insights gained and the development of virtual intervention studies also offer increased prospects for transformative change in clinical outcomes research Discussion Papers The Common Rule and Continuous Improvement in Health Care A Learning Health System Perspective Making the Case for Continuous Learning from Routinely Collected Data Collaborative An ad hoc convening activity under the auspices of the NAM Leadership Consortium for Value Science Driven Health Care the Clinical Effectiveness Research Innovation Collaborative CERIC provides a venue for information exchange and knowledge sharing among researchers working to develop and apply innovative approaches to evidence generation for healthcare decisions Work focuses on identifying key barriers to and opportunities for advancing the pace and progress of CER Participants Individual researchers with research innovation interests capacity and activities from public and private organizations leading academic research institutions insurers health product manufacturing companies and product assessment companies The aim is for an inclusive Collaborative without walls and participation in individual projects is structured according to interest need and practicality Representative Participants Organizations Association of American Medical Colleges AstraZeneca Brigham and Women s Hospital Bristol Myers Squibb Cedars Sinai Medical Center Center for Medical Technology Policy Duke Clinical Research Institute Harvard Medical School Harvard School of Public Health Institute for Clinical and Economic Review Institute for Clinical Research and Health Policy Studies Tufts Medical Center Johnson Johnson Kaiser Permanente Mayo Clinic Outcome Sciences Inc University of California Davis University of California Irvine University of California Los Angeles University of Minnesota School of Public Health University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing University of Pittsburgh Vanderbilt University Medical Center World Health Information Science Consultants Federal Agencies U S Department of Health Human Services Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Centers for

    Original URL path: http://nam.edu/programs/value-science-driven-health-care/clinical-effectiveness-research/ (2015-07-15)
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  • National Academy of Medicine » Digital Learning
    Health Records Innovation Collaborative EHRIC the Digital Learning Collaborative DLC is an ad hoc convening activity under the auspices of the NAM Leadership Consortium for Value Science Driven Health Care It was created to provide a venue for joint activities that can accelerate progress towards the digital infrastructure necessary for continuous improvement and innovation in health and health care This includes fostering a new culture of collaborative action among participants in the learning process e g patients clinicians researchers and product developers Participants Participants include experts from public and private organizations with prominent activities and leadership responsibilities related to development and application of digital technology important to continuous improvement in health and health care The aim is for an inclusive Collaborative without walls and participation in individual projects is structured according to interest need and practicality Representative Participants American Board of Pediatrics Children s Hospital Boston Children s Hospital of Philadelphia Children s Hospital of Wisconsin Cincinnati Children s Hospital Medical Center Cleveland Clinic Duke University Health System Geisinger Health System Google Inc Harvard Medical School Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Hospital Corporation of America Inc IBM Research Intermountain Healthcare Johns Hopkins Children s Center Kaiser Permanente Mayo Clinic Microsoft Inc Nationwide Chidren s Hospital Nemours Children s Healthcare System New York Presbyterian Columbia NorthShore University Health System Partners HealthCare System Primary Children s Medical Center Radiological Society of North America Seattle Children s Hospital Stanford University Texas Children s Hospital The Children s Hospital Denver UC Davis Health System UCLA School of Medicine University of Alabama University of Chicago University of Michigan Medical School University of Vermont Vanderbilt University Medical Center Federal Agencies U S Department of Health Human Services Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Centers for Medicare Medicaid Services Food and Drug

    Original URL path: http://nam.edu/programs/value-science-driven-health-care/digital-learning/ (2015-07-15)
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  • National Academy of Medicine » Care Culture and Decision Making
    from organizations with active public and patient oriented health communication efforts The aim is for an inclusive Collaborative without walls and participation in individual projects is structured according to interest need and practicality Representative Participants Organizations AARP American Academy of Nursing American Academy of Pediatrics American College of Clinical Pharmacy American College of Nurse Midwives American Hospital Association American Institutes for Research American Medical Association Anne Arundel Medical Center Association of Academic Health Centers Association of American Medical Colleges AstraZeneca LP Blue Shield of California Foundation Boston Children s Hospital C S Mott Children s Hospital Children s Hospital of Philadelphia Consumer Reports Dana Farber Cancer Institute Dell Children s Medical Center Duke University Epic Systems Corp Georgetown University C TAC George Washington University Georgia Regents Medical Center Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Institute for Healthcare Improvement Institute for Patient and Family Centered Care Johns Hopkins Health System Josiah Macy Jr Foundation Kaiser Permanente Mayo Clinic National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners National Business Group on Health National Committee for Quality Assurance National Quality Forum Nemours Health System Northwestern University NYU Langone Medical Center Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute PatientsLikeMe PFCC Partners Planetree Qorvis MSL Group Research America Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Sanofi Schwartz Center for Compassionate Healthcare University Hospitals University of North Carolina University of Pennsylvania University of Washington Vidant Health System Federal Agencies U S Department of Health Human Services Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Centers for Medicare Medicaid Services Food and Drug Administration Health Resources and Services Administration National Cancer Institute National Institutes of Health Veterans Health Administration U S Department of Veterans Affairs Activities Projects completed under BPIC and ECIC and in process or under consideration by CCDmIC include Strategies for staging shared decision making by life stage planning phase Issues and opportunities vary by stage in life and a framework for how basic shared decision making responsibilities and factors vary at different life stages might accelerate relevance uptake and effectiveness One patient one team planning phase To experience person based care patients need the latitude to play a meaningful role in their care team The fundamental team nucleus begins with the patient the primary care provider and a care coordinator with team members added or subtracted as care continues Patient and family centered care revisited planning phase In the years since the Institute of Medicine codified the definition of patient centered care myriad definitions have come into use To streamline approaches and to target incentives more effectively a convening activity could be held to forge a common definition of patient and family centered care Patient and Family Leadership Resource Compendium for Health Care Development of this Resource Compendium was made possible through the generous support of the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation and was conducted through the work of participants in the Patient Family Leadership Network under the auspices of the CCDmIC In Patients and Health Care Teams Forging Effective Partnerships the authors provide insight into how to

    Original URL path: http://nam.edu/programs/value-science-driven-health-care/care-culture-and-decision-making/ (2015-07-15)
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  • National Academy of Medicine » Systems Approaches for Health
    these principles can link people processes structures and technology in an integrated and interdependent whole creating reliable high performing systems approaches that can be implemented at scale and achieve sustainably high levels of patient safety and outcomes and improve value Discussion Papers Bringing a Systems Approach to Health Collaborative A joint NAM and National Academy of Engineering NAE ad hoc convening activity under the auspices of the Leadership Consortium for Value Science Driven Health Care the Systems Approaches for Health Innovation Collaborative SAHIC seeks to build on the foundation of prior work engaged by the NAM and NAE by convening organizations and individuals actively working to design develop test and evaluate innovative systems based strategies for improving outcomes and lowering costs in health care Participants Participants include experts from public and private organizations with prominent activities and leadership responsibilities related to development and application of system based tools and processes for improving health and health care The aim is for an inclusive Collaborative without walls and participation in individual projects is structured according to interest need and practicality Representative Participants Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Applied Physics Laboratory Arizona State University Consumer Reports Consumers Union Dartmouth College Department of Defense Department of Health and Human Services Department of Veterans Affairs Epic Systems Geisinger Health System Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Harvard University Institute for Healthcare Improvement Institute for Healthcare Optimization Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Kaiser Permanente Masimo Massachusetts Institute of Technology Mayo Clinic MedStar Health National Patient Safety Foundation Northeastern University Partners HealthCare System Premier Inc President s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology Purdue University Regenstrief Center for Healthcare Engineering Stevens Institute of Technology ThedaCare Center for Healthcare Value University of Arkansas University of Michigan University of Pittsburgh University of Washington University of Wisconsin Value Capture

    Original URL path: http://nam.edu/programs/value-science-driven-health-care/systems-approaches-for-health/ (2015-07-15)
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  • National Academy of Medicine » Data Altruism: Honoring Patients’ Expectations for Continuous Learning
    Institute of Medicine IOM This strongly prevailing perspective was reinforced by answers to different survey questions with similar intents which found that 92 percent of respondents supported sharing their health data to help research and 94 percent to help other patients Read more by topic Quality and Patient Safety Note The views expressed in this Perspective are those of the author s and not necessarily of the author s organizations

    Original URL path: http://nam.edu/perspectives-2014-data-altruism-honoring-patients-expectations-for-continuous-learning/ (2015-07-15)
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  • National Academy of Medicine » Value-Based Care: Learnings to Shape the Future of Health Care
    inform future innovations and accelerate nationwide adoption Today Blue Cross and Blue Shield companies Blue Plans have more than 350 value based programs in place in 49 states Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia Through our provider partners these pro grams deliver care to more than 24 million Americans and impact almost 20 percent of Blue Plans health care spending Read more by topic Coverage and Access Quality and

    Original URL path: http://nam.edu/perspectives-2013-value-based-care-learnings-to-shape-the-future-of-health-care/ (2015-07-15)
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  • National Academy of Medicine » Promoting Rigorous Interdisciplinary Research and Building an Evidence Base to Inform Health Care Learning, Practice, and Policy
    predicated on the notion that our health care system must continuously learn from rigorous evidence in order to innovate and improve To that end it acknowledges and promotes the importance of identifying best practices in health and health care developing and testing innovations and most importantly promoting collaborative efforts Read more by topic Biomedical and Health Research Global Health Health Reform Note The views expressed in this Perspective are those

    Original URL path: http://nam.edu/perspectives-2013-promoting-rigorous-interdisciplinary-research-and-building-an-evidence-base-to-inform-health-care-learning-practice-and-policy/ (2015-07-15)
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