Leadership Commitments to Improve Value in Healthcare: Finding Common Ground – workshop Summary from the Institute of Medicine – 14 June 2010

Posted on June 15, 2010. Filed under: Health Mgmt Policy Planning | Tags: , , |

Leadership Commitments to Improve Value in Healthcare: Finding Common Ground – workshop Summary from the Institute of Medicine – 14 June 2010

Full text online of the workshop summary

Released: June 14, 2010
Type: Workshop Summary

Note: Workshop Summaries contain the opinion of the presenters, but do NOT reflect the conclusions of the IOM. Learn more about the differences between Workshop Summaries and Consensus Reports.

“The U.S. health care system is large, dynamic, complex, and multifaceted. It consists of many participants—including doctors, patients, hospital administrators, insurers, health product companies, and regulators—who have vital roles. Although each of these groups seeks to improve patient health and well-being, they often work in unassociated or fragmented ways that compromise the quality and value of care. The IOM hosted a workshop that brought together stakeholders to discuss opportunities and cooperative strategies to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of care throughout the nation.”

Table of contents

PART ONE: Finding Value in Common Ground (37-38)
1 Guiding Perspective: The Learning Healthcare System (39-58)
2 Foundation Stones in the Common Ground (59-66)
3 Transformational Opportunities (67-78)
4 Moving Forward (79-94)
PART TWO: Leadership Commitments to Improve Health Care (95-96)
5 Patients (97-116)
6 Healthcare Professionals (117-148)
7 Healthcare Delivery Organizations (149-186)
8 Healthcare Product Developers (187-216)
9 Clinical Investigators and Evaluators (217-236)
10 Regulators (237-268)
11 Insurers (269-296)
12 Employers and Employees (297-308)
13 Information Technology (309-320)

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