HVHC Peer-Reviewed Publications
“A Collaborative of Leading Health Systems Finds Wide Variations in Total Knee Replacement Delivery and Takes Steps to Improve Value.” Tomek, Ivan. Health Affairs. June 2012.
“Challenges in Using Electronic Health Record Data for CER: Experience of 4 Learning Organizations and Solutions Applied.” Bayley, K. Bruce. Medical Care. August 2013.
“Detecting Risk of Low Health Literacy in Disadvantaged Populations using area-based Measures.” Knighton, Andrew. eGEMS. December 2017.
“Data Cleaning in the Evaluation of a Multi-Site Intervention Project.” Gavin Welch. eGEMS. December 2017.
“A Data Driven Approach to Achieving High Value Healthcare.” Savitz, Lucy. eGEMS. December 2017.
“Developing Electronic Data Methods Infrastructure to Participate in Collaborative Research Networks.” Priest, Elisa. EDM Forum. December 2014.
“Dissemination and Implementation of Evidence Based Best Practice Across the High Value Healthcare Collaborative (HVHC) Using Sepsis as a Prototype – Rapidly Learning from Others.” Taenzer, Andreas. eGEMS. December 2017.
“The Effect of the Hospital Readmission Reduction Program on the Duration of Observation Stays: Using Regression Discontinuity to Estimate Causal Effects.” Albritton, Jordan. December 2017.
“Episode-of-Care Characteristics and Costs for Hip and Knee Replacement Surgery in Hospitals Belonging to the High Value Healthcare Collaborative Compared to Similar Hospitals in the Same Healthcare Markets.”
Weeks, William. Medical Care. June 2017.Full text
“A Framework for Aligning Data from Multiple Institutions to Conduct Meaningful Analytics”, Knowlton, Jay. eGEMS. December 2017.
“The High Value Healthcare Collaborative (HVHC). A National Collaborative to Improve Value in Healthcare Delivery.” Tomek, Ivan. Health Affairs. June 2012.
“The High Value Healthcare Collaborative: Episodes of Care for Hip and Knee Replacement Surgery.” Weeks, William. Journal of Arthroplasty. March 2017.
“HVHC Recommendations for SEP-1 Lactate Measurement.” Freidman, Issie.
“Importance of Nursing Leadership & Engagement for successful implementation of the Sepsis Bundle.” Hiller, Terra.
“Perspective on the CMS Joint Replacement Bundle.” Masica, Andrew. Joint Commission Journal. Forthcoming.
“The Sepsis 3-hour-bundle and its association (or lack thereof) with survival. A report from the High Value Healthcare Collaborative.” Taenzer, Andreas. JAMA. Forthcoming.
“The Truth is in the Data – Differences in the Same Measure Based on Different Sources among HVHC Members Using ICU Length of Stay as an Example.” Von Recklinghausen, Friedrich. eGEMS. December 2017.
“Diabetes Ambulatory Visit Intensity Varies More by Health System than Level of Disease Control.” Herndon, Brooke.
“Hospital Readmission Reduction Program and Observation Stays for patients with heart failure.” Albritton, Jordan.
“Hospital Resources to Facilitate the Provision of Palliative Care: Insights from the High Value Healthcare Collaborative.” Dunlay, Shannon.
“Identifying Higher Cost Episodes in Lower Extremity Joint Replacement.” Philpot, Lindsey.
“Sharing Best Practices in Hip and Knee.” Naessens, James.
“Evaluating Mortality Rates in Patients Diagnosed with Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock” Taenzer, Andreas and William, Weeks
“Improving Quality, Lowering Costs: Unleashing High Value Healthcare.” Rohack, James.
“Scaling Up: A Report from the High Value Healthcare Collaborative Distance Learning Program for Decision Coaching.” Clay, Catherine.
“White paper: Supporting HVHC Dissemination & Implementation Efforts.” Kraft, Sally.
“How Dartmouth-Hitchcock CEO’s personal experience led him to call for a health care ‘revolution.’” Larsen, E. Advisory Board 2016.
“The Road to Safe Care May be Paved with Unintended Consequences.” Weinstein, James.
“Implementation Science: A Potential Catalyst for Delivery System Reform.” Fisher, E. JAMA 2016.
“Toward Systems Science in Rehabilitation.” Jette, A. Physical Therapy 2016.
“Pathways to Success for Multi-Site Clinical Data Research.” McGraw and Leiter. eGEMS 2013.
“Five Hospitals Share Three Secrets to Improve Knee Surgery Outcomes.” Clark, C. HealthLeaders 2012.
“The Four Habits of High-Value Health Care Organizations.” Bohmer. NEJM 2011.