Edition 20 – One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Applying Flexibility to the Primary Care Behavioral Health Model with Transient Populations – A Brief Report

Figure 1 : PDSA Cycle – HHH

One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Applying Flexibility to the Primary Care Behavioral Health Model with Transient Populations – A Brief Report By Dr. Stacy A. Ogbeide Citation Ogbeide S. Applying flexibility to the primary care behavioral health model with transient populations. Harvard Public Health Review. Fall 2018;20. One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Applying Flexibility to the […]

Edition 23 – Optimizing Big Data to Inform the Plausibility of Patient Debt

Figure 1. Relative percentage decrease for the respondents in the NFCS survey answering “Yes” to the question, “Do you currently have any unpaid bills from a health care or medical service provider (e.g., a hospital, a doctor’s office, or a testing lab) that are past due?” States adopting Medicaid expansion as of 2015 appear in blue & non-expansion states are in orange.

Optimizing Big Data to Inform the Plausibility of Patient Debt By Sebastián R. Díaz and Vikrant Bhatnagar Citation Díaz S and Bhatnagar V. Optimizing big data to inform the plausibility of patient debt. Harvard Public Health Review. 2019;23. Optimizing Big Data to Inform the Plausibility of Patient Debt Abstract In 2014, states approving the expansion of […]

Edition 32 – Bridging the Gap in Surgical Patient Education: A Visual-Based Approach

32- Bridging the Gap in Surgical Patient Education: A Visual-Based Approach

Bridging the Gap in Surgical Patient Education: A Visual-Based Approach By Christina Shree Chopra, Youssef Aref, Christina Pecora, Leslie Ghisletta Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Chopra C,  Youssef A, Pecora C, Ghisletta L. Bridging the gap in surgical patient education: a visual-based approach. HPHR. 2021; 32. Bridging […]