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With funding from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, the Essential Hospitals Institute developed a road map to help hospitals overcome barriers to implementing person-centered care and evidence based research.

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America’s Essential Hospitals this week kicks off a year-long project to equip hospitals with education and tools to support conversations with vulnerable patients about the cost of health care. The project is funded by a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

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Registration has reopened for the Institute's Graduate Medical Education Learning Network; the next monthly webinar will be held Feb. 15.

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In February 2017, the Essential Hospitals Institute began an 18-month project to explore whether and to what extent hospitals use patient-centered outcomes and comparative effectiveness research (PCOR/CER) to improve care delivery.

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This project, supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, will help essential hospitals develop, implement, and evaluate population health programs, overcome barriers, and collaborate with community partners.

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With support from Kaiser Permanente and East Bay Community Foundation, America's Essential Hospitals collaborates with NACHC and GW to help providers navigate and adapt to the systemwide policy changes and accountability standards mandated by the ACA.

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New phase of ongoing partnership with Kaiser Permanente Community Benefit reflects demands of health care reform, evolving landscape for hospitals under Affordable Care Act.

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The EHEN was one of 26 hospital engagement networks funded by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services through the Partnership for Patients, a national initiative to reduce preventable hospital-acquired conditions by 40 percent and 30-day readmissions by 20 percent by 2013.

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