H&HN Talks to the Commonwealth Fund's Karen Davis about High-Performing Health Systems

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In a podcast running in the Wednesday, March 30 edition of H&HN Daily, Karen Davis, president of the Commonwealth Fund, talks to H&HN Daily editor Haydn Bush.

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In a podcast running in the Wednesday, March 30 edition of H&HN Daily, Karen Davis, president of the Commonwealth Fund, talks to H&HN Daily editor Haydn Bush about her hopes for Medicare’s ACO program, the importance of true employee engagement and the need for more public reporting of health care outcomes. Bush caught up with Davis during last week’s ACHE 2011 Congress, where Davis gave a keynote speech.

Davis notes, “Just having the [public reporting] data out there lets you know whether you have a problem or not, and then the second thing is knowing how to change...”

To hear H&HN’s entire interview with Karen Davis, visit the H&HN Daily page at http://www.hhnmag.com/HHNDaily.

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