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Payment and quality reform for mental health and substance abuse care: The time is now (part 2)

By Dawn Weimar, RN

In my last blog, I discussed mental health and substance abuse (MHSA) payment and quality in the midst of…

Report

Rhode Island: Potentially Preventable Emergency Room Visits

Published by State of Rhode Island Department of Health, 2019. While Rhode Island emergency rooms provide vital services to our…

3M Commentary

The Florida Medicaid approach to quality improvement in managed care

By Richard Fuller, MS

One of the fundamental objectives of Medicaid programs contracting out their sizeable budgets to managed care companies is to improve…

Report

Florida: Analysis of Potentially Preventable Healthcare Events of Medicaid Enrollees

Published by the State of Florida Agency for Health Care Administration This report uses data from July 2016 to June…

Journal Article

Article: Ground-breaking Minnesota study yields first statewide estimate of potentially preventable healthcare events

A new Minnesota Department of Health study identified thousands of preventable hospital admissions, readmissions, and ED visits using 3M’s potentially…

3M Commentary

It’s Time to Redefine an Achievable Triple Aim

By Norbert Goldfield, MD, Richard Fuller, MS

This blog offers further commentary on the excellent conversation that Paul Levy began in his column, “The Triple Aimers

3M Commentary

Incentives Empower Providers to Improve Care

By Norbert Goldfield, MD, Richard Fuller, MS

For the last decade, we have been fortunate enough to work with many state Medicaid programs and commercial payers on…

Report

Minnesota: An Introductory Analysis of Potentially Preventable Health Care Events

Published by the Minnesota Department of Health Minnesota’s health care system, when compared to the U.S. overall, is viewed as…

3M Commentary

Budget Neutral Payment for Pharmaceuticals – Tying Value to Outcomes

By Norbert Goldfield, MD, Richard Fuller, MS

We believe there are two core principles that should be adhered to when implementing payment reform initiatives. First, that measurement…