Dr. Asaf Bitton in Medical Economics on the root cause of primary care’s problems.
Dr. Asaf Bitton co-authors a commentary in NEJM Catalyst on a new typology of primary care delivery innovations in the U.S. to spark meaningful discussion among stakeholders and policy makers on their impact, ramifications, and value
Dr. Asaf Bitton quoted in this Boston Globe Opinion by Dr. Katherine Gergen Barnett
Dr. Asaf Bitton joins The Dose podcast from the Commonwealth Fund with host Shanoor Seervai to discuss what it will take to rebuild the nation’s broken primary care system.
Exemplars in Global Health talk with Hannah Ratcliffe, Ariadne Labs’ former associate director of research for PHC, and Dr. Madeline Pesec, a PHC research assistant at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, about their research on the Costa Rican system and what lessons it could hold for other countries.
Primary health care is the foundation of strong health systems everywhere. Better measurement of how well primary health care systems are functioning can support changes needed to achieve resilient, quality health care for all. In October 2018 leaders from around the world convened at the Global Conference on Primary Health Care in Astana, Kazakhstan to… Continue reading Report Captures Primary Health Care Progress Three Years After Declaration of Astana
New digital report shares insights from the process of creating the first 23 Vital Signs Profiles – PHCPI’s signature measurement tool – and set the scene for the next chapter of PHCPI’s work.
Ariadne Labs celebrates Women in Medicine Month
Sarah Payne is a Research & Project Coordinator on the Primary Health Care and Safe Surgery / Safe Systems teams at Ariadne Labs exploring innovative ways to enhance the delivery and performance of our health systems. Sarah supports a diverse set of portfolios across both teams ranging from global measurement of primary care to the… Continue reading Sarah Payne
Study that measured person-centeredness in Ghana’s health system underscores the importance of experiential quality in determining patient satisfaction and outcomes.