CHCF works as a catalyst to fulfill the promise of better health care for all Californians. We support ideas and innovations that improve quality, increase efficiency, and lower the costs of care.
How many solutions are hiding in plain sight? Read about four initiatives to promote open data and accelerate the innovative use of health information.
CHCF invests in Seamless Medical Systems, whose software enables patients to enter demographics, clinical history, and more on an iPad, eliminating most paper forms.
CHCF's Chris Perrone launches a new blog with a post on the approaching fork in the road for Medi-Cal. Also see a recording and materials from our recent DSRIP forum.
How to spur people to talk about their preferences for care when faced with a serious illness? Dr. Angelo Volandes creates videos that help patients understand their options.
CHCF's most popular publications last year covered a wide range of issues, including variation in care quality, health care costs and coverage, Medi-Cal performance, physician supply, and health technology.
At the recent California Improvement Network meeting, three health care organizations shared how they are putting P4P programs to work to improve quality and reduce costs. QPR
Social and behavioral factors — such as exposure to violence or tobacco — affect health. An IOM report looks at how these data might be captured in EHRs and used in clinical care.
In-home primary and palliative care serves seriously ill patients where they live. CHCF supports quality measures and reporting standards for the re-emerging house call.
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