NEHI (Network for Excellence in Health Innovation) is dedicated to identifying innovations that improve the quality and lower the costs of health care. NEHI’s network of nearly 100 health care organizations is a hotbed for consensus solutions that cut across traditional silos and drive policy change. Only with all stakeholders at the table is fixing health care possible.
NEHI’s research agenda addresses innovation in the health care system:
where it is needed, how it is recognized and validated and how it is adopted.
NEHI's recommendations call on health care stakeholders and policymakers to make concerted efforts to overcome barriers to more effective addiction treatment and recovery support, particularly in cases involving the underutilization of technologies.Download the Report
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NEHI's comments put the physician self-referral law, also known as the Stark Law, in the context of related and necessary reforms to promote value-based payment of provider services, for the purchase of biopharmaceuticals, and to support strategies such as telehealth and other forms of “distributed” health care. CMS should pursue these changes as part of its effort to shift payment to reward better patient outcomes and higher value care.Keep Reading
Big gaps in the exchange of data and information throughout the health care system are impeding efforts to address the opioid epidemic, NEHI (the Network for Excellence in Health Innovation) reported in a policy brief released today.Keep Reading