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[ARCHIVED] Designing Provider Incentives

What's in it for the Providers?

Edward Ringel - Dec. 11, 2015
To provide an incentive, one must answer the provider's question: "What's in it for me?" For some, it's financial gain. For others, it may be more time, more job satisfaction, better working environme...
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Minimizing Waste in Health Systems

Spencer Chenoweth - Dec. 11, 2015
Extend medicare's coverage to cover observational study time. Observation studies are a loop in medicare coverage where a patient can be asked to stay at a hospital for up to three days. Medicare does...
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Team-Based Incentives for Resource Limited Settings

Wei Chang - Dec. 11, 2015
When designing effective provider incentives, a few challenges/issues stand out for resource-limited settings: the effective size of incentives compared to the relatively low compensation, the possibi...
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Demand-Based Purchasing

Eugene Schneller - Dec. 10, 2015
Providers of care and policymakers in the US have generally failed to embrace the medical materials environment in their pursuit of value based purchasing. Accounting for as much as 25% of a hospital...
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Patient/Physician Engagement Crowdsourced Portal

Lydia Green - Dec. 10, 2015
CONCEPT - Develop online technology platform that allows a vetted community to create persuasive, compelling and engaging evidence-based content targeting high-cost low-value drug/device/diagnostic u...
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Focusing on Non-Financial Incentives

Barry Saver - Dec. 9, 2015
Most of us go into medicine out of a desire to serve and help - primarily intrinsic motivation. Extrinsic motivation (financial incentives) should only be applied to incentivize activities that shoul...
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Linking Payment to Performance (Improved Health Outcomes)

Paul Aliu - Dec. 8, 2015
With the rise of non-chronic diseases across the globe, it will be essential to establish a model that compensates healthcare providers based on improvement in health outcomes. This will be need to be...
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Integrating Sustainability and Public/Environmental Health into Provider Incentives

Rachel Pohl - Dec. 7, 2015
My idea is to integrate the agenda of Global Green and Healthy Hospitals into the discussion about designing provider incentives, including opportunities such as hospital waste management, energy/buil...
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[ARCHIVED] Non-Communicable Diseases

Promotion of access to essential medicines for non-communicable diseases: practical implications of the UN political declaration

Ziad Khatib - Feb. 18, 2013
Dear all, Hogerzeil et.al. published this week a report, on the behalf of the Lancet NCD Action group. They described very elegantly, the different challenges facing NCD prevention. They shared take ...
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[ARCHIVED] Adherence & Retention

Effects of a mobile phone short message service on antiretroviral treatment adherence in Kenya (WelTel Kenya1): a randomised trial

Richard Lester - Nov. 15, 2010
Effects of a mobile phone short message service on antiretroviral treatment adherence in Kenya (WelTel Kenya1): a randomised trial Lester Richard
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