Drive the Triple Aim, simultaneously improving the health of the population, enhancing the experience and outcomes of the patient, and reducing per capita cost of care for the benefit of communities.
The Triple Aim framework serves as the foundation for organizations and communities to successfully navigate the transition from a focus on health care to optimizing health for individuals and populations.
In the Spotlight
New Initiative to Reduce Maternal Mortality and Disparities in Maternal Health
In a blog post, IHI faculty Dr. Neel Shah debunks many assumptions about the current crisis of maternal morbidity and mortality in the US. The Better Maternal Outcomes Rapid Improvement Network, a
free IHI-led initiative that begins in May
, will focus on improving outcomes for women and babies in the US and reducing disparities in maternal health. How Home Affects Health
This RWJF blog post argues that a safe, secure home is where health begins. To build more equitable, healthier communities, the author suggests that efforts are needed to help people afford a good place to live.Is Co-Design the Key to Successful Complex Care Management?
To provide successful complex care, it is essential to have systems and processes that adapt care for individuals. No one person can meet the needs of every patient in a customized way, but there are good examples of systems that free up clinicians to listen and co-design with patients.Measuring America’s Health: 2019 Healthiest Communities Rankings
US News & World Report
article explores how the community in which you live impacts your quality of life, with a goal of advancing equity for all.Clinical Transformation for Mental and Behavioral Health
Blog post outlines what’s needed to make transformative changes in care for those with mental and behavioral health as well as substance use disorder issues, including specific ways to begin removing barriers to care and provide trauma-informed care.
IHI and Well Being Trust are partnering to develop innovative approaches for care
within EDs and community-based organizations for these patient populations.