Tuesday, April 30, 2013

The stratified approach

How Health Systems Could Avert 'Triple Fail' Events That Are Harmful, Are Costly,And Result In Poor Patient Satisfaction 

While reading the latest HA, I've picked this article that intends to focus on implementation issues: how to improve health. A short statement:
 The stratified approach to the Triple Aim described in this article includes three phases. A planning phase would involve conducting an opportunity analysis, developing predictive models and impactibility (also known as intervenability) models.
More details in the article. Formerly in this blog, I've explained more or less the same. For instance, have a look at a post of last year on risk prediction in a population . We do need to focus on the basics using the most appropriate tools. This is what the article does, and what we have to do.

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