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Linking health services research to practice since 1992. Founded by Ed Wagner MD & currently directed by Michael Parchman MD . We are
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MacColl Center Oct 17
Proposed 2018 G-Codes to let FQHCs & RHCs bill for & collab care. Thnx !
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MacColl Center Oct 17
Medical overuse: time for rapid-cycle testing & scale-up of de-implementation strategies
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MacColl Center Oct 17
Congrats on the great work ! Part of our Team-based project
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MacColl Center Oct 16
Congratulations to our collaborator and friend, Leif Solberg!
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MacColl Center Oct 16
Congratulations to our collaborator and friend, Dr. Marshall Chin. A well-deserved honor!
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MacColl Center Oct 11
Ed Wagner retired in June. Hear the challenge he left us with.
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MacColl Center Oct 9
Let’s dig in and tackle medical overuse.
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MacColl Center Oct 2
"Minor actions by all clinicians can have a sizable impact on reducing unnecessary spending."
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MacColl Center Sep 28
Replying to @ConnieLDavis
Such beautiful writing, Connie. “Hospice is the closest we can come to ideal care.”
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MacColl Center Sep 27
Join us at to learn what's next in bridging the gap between , practice, & policy in and .
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MacColl Center Sep 26
Thoughtful piece, . risk as predictable as getting struck by lightning?
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MacColl Center Sep 22
Hey, , nice job! On the leading edge of innovation, as usual.
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Bernard J.Tyson, CEO Sep 20
Progress on should be judged on access, affordability and outcomes. Our statement on
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MacColl Center Sep 18
Our September update on how to have sense-making conversations around reducing low-value care
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MacColl Center Sep 14
Where do health systems start, when working to reduce medical overuse?
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MacColl Center Sep 13
Where do health systems start, when working to reduce medical overuse?
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MacColl Center Sep 13
Top 10 strategies to promote sense-making conversations on reducing medical
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MacColl Center Sep 11
Important study examines the integration of & other disorder treatment into
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