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Aligning Incentives: Matching Goals to Achieve Better Quality of Care

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    How can we align incentives among all healthcare stakeholders to encourage high-quality care, better outcomes and lower overall healthcare costs, ultimately leading to a more efficient healthcare system? How does health information technology provide the infrastructure for measuring outcomes, to provide the necessary data to create incentives for best practices? Dr. Christopher Stanley, senior medical director UnitedHealthcare of Colorado, underscores the idea that aligning incentives extends far beyond pay for performance or value, and is about matching goals among patients, providers and payers. How can economic or quality of care incentives work together to improve patient outcomes? Dr. Stanley discusses some pilot programs to better align incentives, including the patient-centered medical home model. Dr. William Anderson hosts.

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    How can we align incentives among all healthcare stakeholders to encourage high-quality care, better outcomes and lower overall healthcare costs, ultimately leading to a more efficient healthcare system? How does health information technology provide the infrastructure for measuring outcomes, to provide the necessary data to create incentives for best practices? Dr. Christopher Stanley, senior medical director UnitedHealthcare of Colorado, underscores the idea that aligning incentives extends far beyond pay for performance or value, and is about matching goals among patients, providers and payers. How can economic or quality of care incentives work together to improve patient outcomes? Dr. Stanley discusses some pilot programs to better align incentives, including the patient-centered medical home model. Dr. William Anderson hosts.

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    Managing Chronic Conditions: Moving Beyond Inertia to Collaborative Care

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