ImpactFinder is an analysis and advice package to identify research impacts using a web survey and to examine the why and how of research translation. It aims to support preparations for the UK's research funding framework but has wider application.
Affordability benchmarks and premium-contribution requirements for Children's Health Insurance Program expansions in three states vary substantially, underscoring the ambiguity and subjectivity of affordability standards.
This description of existing indicators that could be used to compare healthcare quality in different countries focuses on effectiveness of care, patient safety and patient experience. Case studies of avoidable mortality and cancer survival illustrate the potential of cross-national comparisons and their difficulties.
A novel and practical quality improvement tool can help hospitals and clinics plan for and respond to the psychological consequences of catastrophic events that create a surge of psychological casualties presenting for health care.
Finds significant and unwarranted variations for prostate cancer care quality indicators by census division and hospital type, which illustrate the inconsistencies in prostate cancer care and represent potential targets for quality improvement.