Improving Patient Outcomes and Reducing Costs

With healthcare costs on a continuous upward trend, it’s not surprising that there is an underlying assumption that quality healthcare is expensive. Or that to improve the quality of care, you have to spend more.

However, recent experiences demonstrate that healthcare organizations can prove both of these assumptions false—if they adopt business improvement methods. From the Cleveland Clinic to Kaiser Permanente, healthcare organizations of all types have shown that they can improve patient outcomes and simultaneously control or reduce costs.

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