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Developing Quality Measures for Medicaid Beneficiaries with Schizophrenia: Final Report

January 29, 2012
Despite enormous expenditures and innovations in treatment, the United States health care system does not consistently deliver effective treatment to individuals with serious mental illnesses. Health care reform promises to make insurance benefits newly available to many, eliminate inequitable

A Framework for Evaluating Quality Transparency Initiatives in Health Care

March 31, 2008
To date a number of private and public sector initiatives have commenced that rely on value-driven principles for the delivery of health care services. Given the variation that may exist across these initiatives it is important to have a good structure for examining and evaluating their implementation and overall effectiveness.

A Framework for Evaluating Price Transparency Initiatives in Health Care

September 30, 2007
A Framework for Evaluating Price Transparency Initiatives in Health Care Final Report Prepared by: Ha T. Tu Johanna R. Lauer October 2, 2007

Toward an Evaluation of the Quality Improvement Organization Program: Beyond The 8th Scope of Work

January 28, 2007
By: Janet P. Sutton, PhD, Lauren Silver, BA, Lucia Hammer, MBA, and Alycia Infante, MPA NORC Prepared for: Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE)

Addressing the New Health Care Crisis: Reforming the Medical Litigation System to Improve the Quality of Health Care

March 2, 2003
Many Americans enjoy high quality health care. However, we can do better. A number of efforts are currently being initiated to increase access to care, while enhancing even further the quality of care and constraining cost increases. This report summarizes the current issues surrounding the current medical liability system.