Affiliation: Harvard Business School
- Characteristics associated with regional health information organization viabilityJulia Adler-Milstein
PhD Program in Health Policy, Harvard University, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
J Am Med Inform Assoc 17:61-5. 2010..Yet we know little about why some efforts succeed while others fail. We sought to identify factors associated with RHIO viability...
- The state of regional health information organizations: current activities and financingJulia Adler-Milstein
Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
Health Aff (Millwood) 27:w60-9. 2008..Our findings raise concerns about the ability of the current approach to achieve widespread electronic clinical data exchange...
- Fledgling firms offer hope on health costsJulia Adler-Milstein
Harvard Business School, Boston, USA
Harv Bus Rev 86:26, 28, 131. 2008..If RHIOs can find a viable business model, they stand to improve the quality and decrease the cost of U.S. health care dramatically...
- U.S. Regional health information organizations: progress and challengesJulia Adler-Milstein
Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
Health Aff (Millwood) 28:483-92. 2009..Operational RHIOs from our 2007 survey had made little progress in expanding the breadth of their activities. Although the number of operational RHIOs is growing, their scope remains limited and their viability uncertain...
- Health information exchange among US hospitalsJulia Adler-Milstein
Harvard Medical School, Boston Veterans Affairs Hospital, Health Policy and Management, Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, MA 02115, USA
Am J Manag Care 17:761-8. 2011..To determine the proportion of US hospitals engaged in health information exchange (HIE) with unaffiliated providers and to identify key hospital-level and market-level factors associated with participating in exchange...
- A survey of health information exchange organizations in the United States: implications for meaningful useJulia Adler-Milstein
Harvard Business School, Harvard School of Public Health, Brigham and Women s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Veterans Affairs Boston Healthcare System, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Ann Intern Med 154:666-71. 2011..For most providers, joining regional organizations that support HIE is the most viable approach currently available...
- The value of health care information exchange and interoperabilityJan Walker
Center for Information Technology Leadership, Partners HealthCare System, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Health Aff (Millwood) . 2005..The clinical impact of HIEI for which quantitative estimates cannot yet be made would likely add further value. A compelling business case exists for national implementation of fully standardized HIEI...
- The cost of information technology-enabled diabetes managementJulia Adler-Milstein
Program in Health Policy, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
Dis Manag 10:115-28. 2007..While limited data prevented the inclusion of all implementation costs, these projections serve as a starting point to inform the purchasing decisions of organizations planning to introduce IT-enabled diabetes management...
- The economic benefits of health information exchange interoperability for AustraliaPeter Sprivulis
Emergency Medicine Department, University of Western Australia, R Block, Level 2 Queen Elizabeth Medical Centre Verdun Street, Nedlands, Perth, WA 6009, Australia
Aust Health Rev 31:531-9. 2007..To estimate costs and benefits for Australia of implementing health information exchange interoperability among health care providers and other health care stakeholders...
- Medicare disease management in policy contextAriel Linden
Oregon Health and Science University, USA
Health Care Financ Rev 29:1-11. 2008..This article supports the upcoming assessment by describing the characteristics of the current commercial DM model that limit its ability to deliver short-term medical cost savings and the changes required to overcome these limitations...