The explosion of health-related data has created new opportunities to understand how health care is delivered, paid for and preserved. Health services evidence helps us understand how to identify, validate, share and analyze data to improve health.
The second in a two-part series on complex interventions, this post explains how new data sources and research methods are giving us a better and deeper understanding of patients’ behavior and recommendations for how to leverage that.
The first in a two-part series on complex interventions, this post highlights the opportunities to better understand not just whether an intervention worked or not, but how, for whom and why it did or didn’t.
A learning network aims to address barriers to implementing research findings in clinical care through patient-centered clinical decision support. Research in this emerging area will be featured in Better Decisions Together, a new special section in AcademyHealth’s journal eGEMs.
Blockchain has the potential to fundamentally change the way we transact, automating agreements while reducing the need for trust and intermediaries in multi-party transactions- How can you take advantage of blockchain for health-related applications today and in the future?
Blockchain is an emerging technology that has the potential to significantly disrupt many industries from finance and banking, to health care and energy. But what is blockchain, how does it work, and when should you consider it?