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What OB Providers Need to Know About Value-Based Care: An Interview with Dr. David Lagrew at Providence St. Joseph Health

Dr. David Lagrew is the Executive Medical Director of Women’s Services with Providence, St. Joseph Health. In his current role, he develops the Ministry's Centers of Excellence and regional Clinical Institute of Women's Health, while aligning efforts with the Providence...

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Systemic Risk: Industry Veteran Steve LeFar Discusses the Value-Based Care Imperative and Points to Software Industry for Inspiration

Steve Lefar is a three-time CEO with nearly 30 years of experience in healthcare with expertise in strategy, analytics and software. In June of 2018, Steve joined Strata Decision Technology as Executive Director of StrataDataScience (SDS) and StrataSphere®, Strata’s collaborative...

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Preparing for the Fast-Approaching Inflection Point in Value-Based Care: Q&A with Dr. CJ Stimson of Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Dr. CJ Stimson is the SVP for Value Transformation with Vanderbilt University Medical Center. He is a practicing cancer surgeon who has led bundled payment policy and program development at Medicare and at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. During his tenure...

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Defining and Delivering Maternal Health Equity: How We Can Achieve Culturally Relevant Healthcare for All Moms and Families

Jenné Johns, MPH is a leading health equity and quality improvement expert who has helped some of the nation’s largest payors transform their cultures to be more sensitive to the needs of the...

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Rebounding from Childhood Immunization Decline During COVID-19 – Insight and Innovation from Baptist Health & Wolfson Children’s Hospital

Like many facets of healthcare, preventive care for pediatrics has plummeted during the COVID-19 crisis. Statistics from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services for March-May report child screenings that track growth, assess health, and provide early detection of autism...

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Saving Rural Hospitals – An Important Priority for Our Most Vulnerable Populations

Over the past 10 years, 120 rural hospitals have been forced into closure, according to the Chartis Center for Rural Health. Those numbers were current as of January 1, 2020. So...

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