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Launching QURE Healthcare’s New Website

QURE Healthcare is pleased to announce the formal launch of its website. Read more about QURE’s health care quality metrics, our different services, and our team.

Our mission is to improve the quality of clinical care using our core technologies and research expertise, to determine cost effective solutions to the most challenging problems in healthcare.

Don Berwick leaves CMS

A Health Affairs article published last month discussed the ending of Don Berwick as head of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). Appointed by Obama in a controversial “recess appointment” in mid-2010, Berwick leaves CMS with high praise from many health care stakeholders. During his short tenure, Berwick emphasized the patient and quality improvements in care.

Read the full article here.

Resetting Priorities: Growth, Performance and Systems of CARE

This week, John Peabody will be speaking at the Sg2 followup seminar to their Annual Business and Technology Forecast Conference held in June.

The seminar will provide highlights from the conference and explore the changing structure of high-quality, high-value health care. Attendees will learn how to determine their organizations’ readiness for success in the next decade. John will be presenting on the value of analytics, including metrics and benchmarks from Sg2’s proprietary database, to prepare for tomorrow, as ell as review new priorities for growth and performance across key clinical areas.

CARE = Clinical Alignment and Resource Effectiveness

Association of American Cancer Institutes Annual Meeting: October 16, 2011

The Quest for Quality in Cost-Effective Cancer Care

John Peabody, CEO of QURE Healthcare, will be speaking at the Association of American Cancer Institutes Annual Meeting.

With the passage of health reform, cancer centers will need to compete more aggressively to deliver better, more coordinated care at a lower cost. With extensive treatment, research and support resources, ranging from clinical protocols to advanced information technology not available in most community hospital settings, AACI centers are well positioned to provide the best patient outcomes for a wide range of cancer diagnoses. John Peabody will address what metrics are important and what collaborations are necessary to assess a cancer center’s readiness to deliver high quality, coordinated care in the post health reform world.

To read more, click here.

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