Tag Archive: quality

by Matt Guldin | May 15, 2017

Major Medical Decisions Still Require a Leap of Faith

Last weekend during dinner with my family, the topic of total knee replacements came up. My aunt, who is 70, […]

by John Moore | September 01, 2011

EHRs Deliver the Goods, or at Least the Quality

There have been a number of research studies published that question the value of Electronic Health Records (EHRs), particularly as […]

by John Moore | September 26, 2008

EmTech Session on EMRs

If you have read previous posts this week, you know that I was attending MIT’s EmTech conference. Event is a […]

by John Moore | September 09, 2008

AHRQ Event Notes – Is this Deja vu

Last year, I attended one of my first healthcare conferences, that sponsored by the federal agency, Agency for Healthcare Research […]

by John Moore | August 06, 2008

The Rebranding of P4P

Last year I attended the Healthcare Quality and P4P (Pay for Performance) conference put on by the World Health Congress. […]

by John Moore | November 14, 2007

Aetna Joins Cigna and Goes One Step Further

Aetna, under pressure from the New York Attorney General’s office, has agreed to change its physician quality ranking system.  This […]

by John Moore | November 12, 2007

In Search of Meaning or at Least Being Relevant

Was just over on my Gmail account and there was this discrete little advert at the top of my screen […]

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