Improving health care statewide by developing, testing, and disseminating health care practice, organization and delivery strategies
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While health care spending has been rising at an unsustainable rate, the quality of health care in the U.S. remains suboptimal. The health care system in Wisconsin has been identified as one of the most expensive systems in the U.S.
Little is known about how best to integrate medical and nonmedical sectors to achieve improved population health and reduce disparities. Furthermore, existing approaches often do not consider the patient perspective in efforts to improve care delivery. Organized, systematic efforts are needed to inform the development and adoption of efficacious, affordable strategies to improve the quality, experience and value of care provided in Wisconsin.
This project aims to create a collaborative of multi-disciplinary experts dedicated to developing, testing and disseminating health care practice, organization and delivery strategies to improve the quality, experience and value of care in Wisconsin.
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