LDI Fellows examine how health care is organized, delivered and paid for to improve value, quality and outcomes. Their work explores how to get to high-value health care delivery, including how the health care workforce can contribute to improving access to care, and how to change incentives to improve quality and bring down cost.
Amol Navathe is a practicing physician, health economist and engineer with an expertise in delivery transformation and policy design. His work focuses on the use of data analytics and technology to enhance health care delivery, inform policy and improve physician and economic behavior.
Significant reductions in emergency department and specialist visits
Aiken study featured in Health Affairs
Kanter and Pauly on ACOs and the Stark law
Home health care leads to savings despite increasing hospital readmissions
Five evidence-based strategies
Current status and characteristics of PDMPs, their use, and evidence of their effectiveness
Physician-reported barriers and facilitators
An LDI/CHERISH Issue Brief
A multi-institutional NIDA Center of Excellence to promote research and policymaking on HIV, HCV, and substance use disorder.