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The administration and organization of health care systems, hospital networks, and other health care settings can greatly affect health outcomes, quality of care, and patient satisfaction. RAND researchers have examined care coordination and integration, the organization and administration of military health care, and how new models of payment and care delivery under health care reform might shape the way health care systems and settings are organized and managed.

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    What Role Will Telehealth Play After COVID-19?

    Jan 22, 2021

    The use of telehealth services has increased during the pandemic. When policymakers evaluate telehealth policy going forward, they will need to consider whether telemedicine can improve care quality, reduce costs, increase access, or achieve some combination of these goals.

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    How to Transform Mental Health Care in the United States

    Jan 11, 2021

    With scientific advances, Medicaid expansion, and political consensus on the importance of improving mental health, the time is ripe for transforming the U.S. mental health system. This will mean structural reforms that address patients' challenges in finding, accessing, and receiving high-quality and timely care.

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