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Breastfeeding offers numerous health benefits to children and women globally. For this reason, international health organizations and American expert groups strongly support this infant feeding behavior. Given the high cost-effectiveness of breastfeeding in th ...
Authors: Rafael Pérez-Escamilla
August 02, 2016
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) has dramatically changed the health care landscape, creating new opportunities to advance health promotion, prevention, and treatment for children, parents, and families. However, the programmatic and ...
July 27, 2016
Measurement is a critical tool for monitoring progress and driving improvement in health care. However, without meaningful coordination and management—particularly when public reporting is required—the effectiveness of measurement activities is limited and the ...
Authors: Nancy E. Dunlap, David J. Ballard, Robert A. Cherry, Wm. Claiborne Dunagan, Will Ferniany, Aaron C. Hamilton, Thomas A. Owens, Terry Rusconi, Steven M. Safyer, Paula J. Santrach, Abby Sears, Michael R. Waldrum and Kathleen E. Walsh
July 25, 2016
I am sure many of you do not want to hear the word “audit” now that tax season is over, but the type of audit I am going to write about can be fun and enlightening. A food waste audit can help any organization better understand how much food, which types of fo ...
Authors: Jimmy Nguyen
July 21, 2016
Declining or stagnant research and development (R&D) productivity has led many observers to argue that the current paradigm for drug discovery and development requires disruptive innovation to break out of a current crisis by identifying and rapidly bringi ...
July 20, 2016
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