National Academy of Medicine

Comparative User Experiences of Health IT Products: How User Experiences Would Be Reported and Used

Introduction Electronic health records (EHRs) and other forms of health information
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The Promise of Lean Processes

American health care faces challenges in access, cost, and quality and in marked geographic and socioeconomic variability. While these challenges will re
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Demanding Value from Our Health Care: Motivating Patient Action to Reduce Waste in Health Care

Health care costs have doubled as a share of the economy over the past three decades (Mar
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Our Learning Health Care System Journey

The policy drivers behind meaningful use are improving quality, enhancing safety, and increasing efficiency in our health care system. In my vi
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Developing a Clinical Trials Infrastructure in the United States

Clinical trials in the United States have a rich history of involving academic, industry, and government institutions
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Transforming the Economics of Clinical Trials

Clinical trials are a means of gathering information about medical products or services. In medicine, however, they are also the fundamen
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Aligning Cultural and Financial Incentives for Clinical Trials

One session of the November 2011 Institute of Medicine (IOM) workshop Envisioning a Transformed Clinical Trials Enterpri
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Educating the Workforce for a Transformed Clinical Research Enterprise

Health care in America is in crisis. Population health and patient outcomes are deteriorating relative to the re
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Developing a Robust Clinical Trials Workforce

The gap between the growing demand for evidence to inform practice and our current state of knowledge calls for serious consideration abo
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