Imagine a health care system that anticipated individuals’ needs, worked to keep them healthy, and delivered as much care as possible to them in their homes, workplaces, and communities.
Health Care Without Walls: A Roadmap for Reinventing U.S. Health Care embraces this vision of a more “distributed” health care system, extending outside of traditional institutional settings, which would be more convenient, accessible, and arguably less costly than what the United States has now.
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NEHI (the Network for Excellence in Health Innovation) is a national nonprofit, nonpartisan organization composed of stakeholders from across all key sectors of health and health care. Its mission is to advance innovations that improve health, enhance the quality of health care, and achieve greater value for the money spent.
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.
In partnership with Merck for Mothers and the Jewish Healthcare Foundation, NEHI held two convenings in December 2018 focused on improving maternal and infant health and health care in the United States.Download the Report
Health Care Without Walls: A Roadmap for Reinventing U.S. Health Care calls for regulatory, payment, work force and human factors changes to advance a more technology-enabled health care system.Download the Report
Health Care Without Walls: A Roadmap for Reinventing U.S. Health Care embraces this vision of a more “distributed” health care system extending outside of traditional institutional settings – and that would be more convenient, accessible, and arguably less costly than what the United States has now.Keep Reading
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