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Do You Really Mean Health Expenditures?


August 7th, 2012
by David Kindig

Using the term health expenditures yields a narrow and seriously misleading view of what it will really cost to improve population health. I’ve been worried about this for some time, but most recently while reading the excellent and important new report on For the Public’s Health: Investing in a Healthier Future from the Institute of […]

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Beyond The Triple Aim: Integrating The Nonmedical Sectors


May 19th, 2008
by David Kindig

Editor’s Note: In a paper in the recently released May/June issue of Health Affairs, Donald Berwick, John Whittington, and Tom Nolan of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement lay out a strategy for improving American health care through the pursuit of the “’Triple Aim’: improving the individual experience of care; improving the health of populations; and […]

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