In June 2016, faculty at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine created the High Value Practice Academic Alliance (HVPAA) so that medical institutions working to improve health care value, defined as higher quality care at a lower cost, could align efforts to...
Eliminating Creatine Kinase–Myocardial Band Testing in Suspected Acute Coronary Syndrome: A Value-Based Quality Improvement Matthew D. Alvin, MD, MBA, MS, MA; Allan S. Jaffe, MD; Roy C. Ziegelstein, MD, MACP; Jeffrey C. Trost, MD ACC Twitter AJMC American College of...
Executive Directors Pamela T. Johnson, MD High Value Practice Academic Alliance Co‐Founder Physician Lead, Johns Hopkins Health System High Value Care Committee Vice Chair of Quality & Safety and Director of Appropriate Imaging Associate Professor of Radiology Roy...
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Value improvement guides: Published reviews in JAMA Internal Medicine coauthored by experienced faculty from multiple leading medical centers, with safety outcomes data and an implementation blue print.
Review article detailing 25 labs to refine for high value quality improvement | July 2020
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