Clinicians increasingly face this terrifying question.
Consumers want to make informed decisions about their healthcare. They deserve information that is meaningful, accurate, reliable and relevant to their unique healthcare circumstances. It should be based on a standard set of measures that have been proven to be valid, reliable, evidence-based and a true reflection of healthcare quality.
Substantive healthcare debates are happening at the local, state and federal levels. We looked at trends that must inform those discussions.
Our patients deserve better long-term solutions.
Undercounting during the 2020 census would have consequences for New York’s communities.