Transforming Healthcare Through Innovation and Collaboration

As has been frequently noted, innovation does not happen in a vacuum. HLC members have demonstrated time and time again that the private sector has the ability to transform American healthcare – to achieve improved patient outcomes, greater cost-efficiency and an elevated degree of wellness in the populations they serve, be they employees, patients, or the community.

For innovation to have a systemwide impact, however, an accommodating public policy environment is essential. This environment must not only provide the private sector with the tools that enable groundbreaking progress, but also a legislative and regulatory approach that does not slow the pace of innovation but rather recognizes the potential for rapid transformative improvements and encourages developments that significantly improve care for patients.


more information on Transforming Healthcare Through Innovation and Collaboration:
Value-Based Care

State of Play:  The transition to value-based care has been widely recognized by Congress and the administration.  Congressional committees of jurisdiction have held hearings and listening sessions regarding barriers to value-based … Continued

Telehealth and Remote Patient Monitoring

State of Play:  The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) intends to create a new $100 million Connected Care Pilot Program supporting the use of telemedicine solutions for low-income and rural Americans, as … Continued

Patient Safety and Quality

State of Play:   On June 22, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the “Substance Use-Disorder Prevention that Promotes Opioid Recovery and Treatment for Patients and Communities Act” or the “SUPPORT … Continued

Privacy and Security

State of Play:  Congress and the administration are examining how health information can be appropriately accessed and shared by patients and healthcare stakeholders in a safe and effective manner that improves … Continued

Data Accessibility and Interoperability

State of Play:  At the 2018 Interoperability Forum in August, officials from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) … Continued