Better Chronic Disease Care Program
Half of all Californians live with at least one chronic condition. Good ideas on how to improve their care and quality of life can spread across the health care system. We work to make that happen.
CHCF is seeking family medicine and internal medicine residency programs to join an action group focused on safe prescribing practices for opioid-dependent patients. Applications are due May 4.
CHCF's Kate O'Malley shares policies that teams of insurers and providers are drafting as they collaborate on delivering palliative care to patients with serious illness.
Overuse of prescription opioids has led to high rates of addiction and even death. Health care leaders discussed how to manage the use of high-dose opioids in the safety net.
Data maps contrast the estimated need for palliative care with the uneven availability of hospital and community programs in California.
Complex care management programs can help patients while minimizing unnecessary cost — but only if matched with the patients most likely to benefit from these services.
CHCF challenges human-centered designers to create a better presentation of treatment and supportive care options for late-stage lung cancer. Entries are due May 29.
Five California public hospitals are integrating Lean management techniques at every level to improve performance. Case studies highlight their progress and lessons learned.
Health plans rely on care coordinators and case managers to meet the social and medical needs of patients with complex conditions. Learn how plans invest in training to keep staff in these roles committed and sharp.
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