literature review: Redefining Health Care: Creating Value-Based Competition on Results
By Michael E. Porter and Elizabeth Olmsted Teisberg
506 pp. Boston,
Harvard Business School Press, 2006
The US healthcare system is tremendously complex in magnitude with delivery models fraught with high costs and variable outcomes. Under the current system of incentives, costs continue to escalate due to variation in care, and fragmentation of services. Many patients living with complex conditions are faced with an immensely intricate system and, at the end of the day, unmet needs.
Special Issues on Applied Behavioral Analysis
(Vol. 13, Issue 2)
Guest edited by Jeff Kupfer, PhD, and Randall D. Buzan, MD, the current issue of BIP focuses on applied behavioral analysis.
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