The Gehr Center/Slow Medicine series “Disruption or Distraction: A Critical Look at Healthcare Delivery Reform” unpacks the data behind healthcare delivery system interventions, highlighting well-intended reforms that have yet to achieve the impact many have assumed. The series is edited by Mike, Pieter, and Rachael, and is written by a variety of contributors.
Part 1: Assessing the Affordable Care Act in the Political Fog. By: Steffie Woolhandler, Adam Gaffney, and David Himmselstein, August 26, 2016.
Part 2: Calibrating the ‘Hot-Spotting’ Hype. By: Joel Greenberg, September 21, 2016.
Part 3: The Unintended Consequences of Medicine’s Digital Age. By: Jordan Rosenfeld and Michael Hochman, November 3, 2016.
Part 4: Health Information Exchange: A Brave New Frontier or More Unfulfilled Promises? By Kirsten Clodfelter and Michael Hochman, January 26, 2017.
Part 5: Will eConsult Ideal be Borne out in Data? By Michael Opene, Sonali Saluja, and Michael Hochman, March 21, 2017.
Part 6: Learning from the Best in Value-Based Payment. By Jessica Farmer and Michael Hochman, April 19, 2017.