Category list : Harkness Fellows
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The US is not that different from Europe in the funding of long term care but urgent reform is needed.
Alexandra Norrish on the lessons the UK can learn from the US health system’s long tradition of innovation
Payment reform for healthcare delivery in the US could improve not only the service provided, but public health as well, writes Douglas Noble
Harkness Fellows: expect the unexpectedSubscription
In the first blog from the 2012-13 Harkness Fellows, Julia Murphy reflects on the first few months of her fellowship and her impressions of the US healthcare system
The Harkness Fellows 2012-13Subscription
Established by the Commonwealth Fund and supported by the Nuffield Trust, Harkness Fellowships allow professionals to research health policy in the US. They blog their experiences and learning for HSJ and the Nuffield Trust. The 2012-13 fellows are Joan-Costa Font, Julia Murphy, Douglas Noble and Alexandra Norrish.
How might policymakers, regulators and healthcare leaders work constructively to produce an informed and proportionate competition regime applied to the NHS?
The Supreme Court ruling on the Affordable Care Act in the US could have wide ranging implications for the future of healthcare. Or could it?
Setting aside the controversy over reform, the hot topic for 2012 will be integrated care. In the US, accountable care organizations could help drive integration - as long as they are given time to demonstrate their value.
Just do it! (Subject to rules and regulations)Subscription
I’m only a couple of months into my year in the USA, but I’ve quickly picked up how things are done here.
The Harkness Fellows: 2011-2012Subscription
Established by the Commonwealth Fund and supported by the Nuffield Trust and the National Institute for Health Research Service Delivery and Organisation Programme, Harkness Fellowships allow professionals to research health policy in the US. They blog their experiences and learning for HSJ and the Nuffield Trust.