Tag Archive: Quality Improvement


Putting Data to Good Use: How to Make the Most of Patient Data

April 7, 2016

The move toward fee-for-value reimbursement models, an increased focus on consumer choice, and the introduction of new technologies continue to drive radical change across healthcare. But as the industry advances, new challenges present themselves. One challenge for providers is to


Dr. House Probably Isn’t Running an ACO

April 1, 2016

Who hasn’t watched an episode of a medical drama on television?  In a typical weekly segment, the doctor runs all sorts of tests and tries a number of different treatments in a Herculean effort to save the patient.  Many times


Benchmarking Success: Arcadia at IHI Summit

March 18, 2016

This weekend in Orlando, IHI kicks off their 17th Annual Summit on Improving Patient Care in the Office, Practice, and the Community.   We are looking forward to connecting with other organizations who are invested in improving healthcare, and we are


5 Best Practices for Investing in Clinical Quality Improvements

March 14, 2016

Health care organizations are always engaged in some sort of clinical quality improvement activity, but many struggle to understand the actual impact of their effort.  This presents a challenge to C-suite leaders, who may be asked to fund an initiative


Real Time Quality Improvement

May 20, 2015

One in a series of ten data visualization posters created in 2015 by our analytics team here at Arcadia. Come by and see our new data visualizations at HIMSS 2016! About the Chart Meaningful change management and quality improvement requires