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How we organize and deliver health care can affect its quality. Are there enough hospitals in the community to meet its needs? When health care providers work for a health system, do they deliver different care than those who don’t? This kind of evidence about hospitals and health systems is critical to delivering better care.

Blog Post       Efforts to Improve EHR Data for Maternal Health Research Featured in Healthcare IT News

Efforts to Improve EHR Data for Maternal Health Research Featured in Healthcare IT News

Standardization of maternal health data in electronic health records (EHR) will help researchers examine factors that impact health outcomes from pre-pregnancy to postpartum care and beyond. A new article in Healthcare IT News outlines a collaborative approach that led to the development of an implementation guide to support mapping maternal health data across clinical areas and use cases.
Posted Jun 15, 2022 By Lauren Adams, M.A.
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The Public and Population Health Theme at ARM 2022 Offers Insights on Health System Transformation

Public and Population Health theme co-chair, Angela Hagan, offers insights to key topics that will be explored at the meeting on health and well-being, including health equity in Medicare Advantage, Medicaid, commercially-insured, and community populations interwoven with COVID-19’s outsize impact on public and population health.
Posted Jun 1, 2022 By Angela S. Hagan, Ph.D., M.P.A.
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Shortening the Evidence to Policy Pipeline at the Veterans Administration: Honoring Dr. Tom Edes

Members of the AcademyHealth Long-Term Services and Supports (LTSS) Interest Group honor Thomas Edes, M.D. with the Roger C. Lipitz Leadership Award, noting his contributions to the field and work addressing aging and disability care needs within the Veterans Administration.
Blog Post       Implementation Science: Incorporating Participatory System Dynamics to Identify and Address Barriers to Change

Implementation Science: Incorporating Participatory System Dynamics to Identify and Address Barriers to Change

In order for health interventions to be effective, stakeholders must understand the deeply rooted systemic problems responsible for bottlenecks and miscommunications. The final blog in our series on implementation science examines how the study of participatory system dynamics can give implementation teams more insight into the root causes of health system pain points.
Posted Aug 9, 2021 By Jennifer Bresnick
Blog Post       Implementation Science: Leveraging User-Centered Design to Improve Experiences with Health Interventions

Implementation Science: Leveraging User-Centered Design to Improve Experiences with Health Interventions

User-centered design helps make health interventions more engaging and effective for both patient participants and health care staff. How can implementation teams leverage user-centered design to achieve better outcomes?
Posted Aug 4, 2021 By Jennifer Bresnick