Organizing Care

How individuals access and experience care depends on far more than health insurance. At the most basic level are questions about who will provide care and how new approaches to providing care can increase access, make care more convenient, more efficient, and less costly.

RAND Health is evaluating multiple experiments with these new approaches to learn how well they perform and what might improve them.

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  • Jan 10, 2017

    Engaging Consumers in the Quality Measurement

    Engaging consumers in quality measurement is critical to improving quality of care. Researchers identified barriers to consumer participation and suggest ways to address these barriers.

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  • Journal Article

    What Is Single-Payer Health Care?

    Jun 1, 2017

    Policy discussions of single-payer health system proposals need to account for the substantial variation in how they would change the financing, pooling, purchasing and delivery of health care.

  • Research Brief

    What Can Nurse-designed Models of Care Tell Us About Advancing a Culture of Health?

    Apr 19, 2017

    Nurse-designed models of care advance a Culture of Health through inclusion, collaboration, and social support. While strong leadership and community support are key to their success, identifying sustainable funding is a challenge.

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    Do Nurse-Designed Models of Care Align with a Culture of Health?

    Mar 22, 2017

    Nurses are well positioned to provide care that is consistent with, and contributes to, a culture of health (COH) in their communities, and nurse-designed models of care focus extensively on four COH action areas.

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    Expanding the Scope of Practice of Indiana's Nurses

    Mar 22, 2017

    Legislators in Indiana are considering expanding of scope of practice (SOP) for Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs). Regulations allowing a full SOP for APRNs may improve provider supply, access, use, and patient experience with care.

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