Improved Experience of Care
Empowering patients to better manage their own care … And lowering the data-collection burden on clinicians so they can focus more time on patient engagement for better outcomes.
Elaine K. Swift, PhD (MITRE); Adela Lucero, JD LLM (MITRE); Alison Dingwall, PhD (MITRE) Major change in the form of new kinds of supplemental benefits is coming to Medicare Advantage (MA) plans, which insure 19 million—or 33% of—Medicare...
Highlighting research presented at the Academy Health Annual Research Meeting (ARM) in June 2018, Rebecca Bruno points in this blog post to solutions for addressing social determinants of health and improving health outcomes and reduced costs of care for...
Kim Warren highlights four areas where the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and the health industry could have high impact on expanding patient access to data.
Dr. Mark McClellan, director of the Margolis Center for Health Policy at Duke University, MITRE Senior Visiting Fellow, and co-chair of the Health Care Payment Learning and Action Network, discusses new efforts to improve patient care through more...
Using mobile health assessments to improve outcomes for individuals with chronic neurological conditions
A Datapalooza18 presentation by Elizabeth Brokaw, Michael Fine, and Tony Donadio from MITRE and Sahana Kukke from The Catholic University of America.
Greg Quinn and Andrew Quina from MITRE demonstrate in this HIMSS18 presentation an open source application to empower clinicians to author clinical notes while simultaneously enabling low burden collection of structured clinical data.
The most critical member of the care team, the patient, is being left out. Hear insights from this HIMSS18 video presentation by Kristina Sheridan, MS, Principal Investigator and Researcher Patient Empowerment, MITRE, and Kate Sheridan, Student, George Mason University about managing pediatric chronic conditions, the value of patient-generated data, and an update of the patient empowerment research that was inspired by their experience.
Learn about the latest collaborative pursuit between Computational StoryLab at the University of Vermont and MITRE in applying the Hedonometer as an initial screening tool to identify veterans at greatest risk to attempt suicide. A HIMSS18 presentation by Josh Park and Lisa Tompkins-Brown from MITRE.
CMS is developing an electronic clinical quality measure (eCQM) strategy, focused on decreasing provider burden and improving the value and usability of eCQMs. This HIMSS18 presentation by Debbie Krauss (CMS) and Sam Sayer, MITRE provides an overview of the approach, stakeholder feedback, and proposed future state for eCQM development, reporting, and supporting tools.
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