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By Lorie Martin | Tuesday, Feb 18, 2020
The Camden Coalition popularized the idea of "hotspotting," the strategic use of data to reallocate resources to a small subset of patients with complex needs. A recent study of the model was disappointing, but not without a great deal of learning for improving care.


Tag(s): Triple Aim for Populations, Complex Needs, Quality, Cost, and Value
By Cory Sevin | Tuesday, Nov 05, 2019
While some care may be unavoidably expensive, many people have needs that could be met more effectively, efficiently, and at lower cost by a better-designed health care system. Pursuing the Triple Aim compels us to look for improvement opportunities we may not have considered before.


Tag(s): Triple Aim for Populations, Quality, Cost, and Value, Complex Needs
By Molly Bogan | Wednesday, Jul 24, 2019
How do evolving approaches to cost affect health equity, joy in work, and shared decision-making? IHI’s Molly Bogan, a leader of work on lowering health care costs while maintaining or improving quality for patients, shares insights on health care’s transition from fee-for-service to value-based care in a new interview.


Tag(s): quality cost and value, Efficiency and Waste Reduction, Quality Improvement, Accountable Care Organization, Avoidable ED Visits, Person- and Family-Centered Care, Complex Needs, Joy in Work, Quality, Cost, and Value
By Cory Sevin | Tuesday, Feb 26, 2019
There’s been more discussion in health care recently about co-design, but what does it really mean? Co-design means identifying end customers of a process and working with them to understand how to make that process work.


Tag(s): Triple Aim for Populations, Complex Needs, Quality, Cost, and Value
By IHI Multimedia Team | Friday, Jun 22, 2018
Many complex care programs do not take advantage of the special training of social workers as part of their interprofessional care teams.


Tag(s): Complex Needs, cost, Population Health, Quality Improvement
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