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.


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Value-Based Care

State of Play:  The transition to value-based care has been widely recognized and supported by Congress and the administration.  Integral to widespread adoption of value-based care by providers and other … Continued

Telehealth and Remote Patient Monitoring

State of Play:  Telemedicine continues to move from the periphery of healthcare to the mainstream. Earlier this year, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) concluded that the technology likely … Continued

Patient Safety and Quality

State of Play:   On October 24, President Trump signed into law the “Substance Use-Disorder Prevention that Promotes Opioid Recovery and Treatment for Patients and Communities Act” or the “SUPPORT for … Continued

Privacy and Security

State of Play:  In December, the Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) Office for Civil Rights (OCR) released a request for information (RFI) to solicit views on barriers to … Continued

Data Accessibility and Interoperability

State of Play:  According to an October blogpost by Don Rucker, M.D., the national coordinator for health information technology at the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of the … Continued