Dr. Atul Gawande’s latest in The New Yorker features Ariadne Labs’ Primary Health Care research in Costa Rica.
Indigo Miller, MPH, BSN, RN is a Clinical Implementation Specialist on the Implementation Platform at Ariadne Labs. In this role, Indigo supports various projects by designing and applying tailored quality improvement implementation strategies with health system and organization partners. Indigo’s work has supported these programs and projects across the Lab: Primary Health Care’s Enhanced Care… Continue reading Indigo Miller
Research from members of our Primary Health Care team published in Health Policy and Planning concludes that increasing managerial autonomy alone is not sufficient for improving overall health facility performance and that many factors, specific to individual managerial functions, mediate relationships between decision space and performance in Ugandan healthcare facilities.
The Vital Signs Profiles are a measurement tool that policymakers, donors, advocates and citizens can use to better understand, and ultimately improve, primary health care.
Tools to strengthen primary health care globally
How Costa Rica became a bright spot for primary health care practices.
January 29, 2021 – Ariadne Labs and Boston University School of Public Health announced the launch of work to develop equity-based telehealth best practices for Medicaid-enrolled patients with chronic conditions. The work will be supported by generous grants from the Donaghue Foundation and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Ariadne Labs Primary Health Care faculty June-Ho… Continue reading Ariadne Labs Launches Joint Effort to Develop Equity-Based Telehealth Best Practices
The Primary Health Care Performance Initiative’s Steering Committee pens an opinion piece on the critical role of primary health care.