The Center has released a new Research Brief, "Common Myths About Hospital ED Use and Overcrowding," co-authored by Dr. Cyril Chang of the Economics Department and Drs. M Paige Powell and Xinghua Yu of the School of Public Health, The University of Memphis. Click here to read the Research Brief.
The Center will host Dr. Marjie Harbracht of HealthTeamWorks, a Denver-based multi-stakeholder collaborative working to redesign healthcare delivery system, as speaker for the Health Care Research Journal Club. She will discuss patient-centered medical homes on February 25, 2015, at the Fogelman College of Business and Economics. For more information, click here.
The Center has updated its TennCare Timeline to include major events and milestones to October 2014. Read it here.
The Center has made available sources of useful information on the impacts of ObamaCare reform on Tennessee and the Memphis area. Use this link to access them.
Shelby County Health Statistics
The County Health Rankings & Roadmaps is a collaborative program between the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. Visit this site for health statistics for the 95 counties in Tennessee and their rankings. Here are two useful reports about Shelby County, Tennessee. Here and Here.
Dr. Chang, the Director of Methodist Le Bonheur Center for Healthcare Economics, was quoted at length in an April 9, 2014, Memphis Commercial Appeal article by reporter Kevin McKenzie about the release of Medicare doctor reimbursement data by the Center of Medicare and Medicaid. This was followed by a second article in the Nashville paper, the Tennessean, on the same topic on 04/09/2014. Four days later on 04/13/2014, The Chattanooga Press Free Press published a long news analysis article on the controversy surrounding the release of Medicare doctor data and quoted Dr. Chang extensively.
Dr. Cyril Chang, The Director of the Center, published an op-ed article on health
care and free market. The article appeared in the October 13, 2013, edition of the
Memphis Commercial Appeal. Click here to read.
The Center was in the news. Reporter Kevin McKenzie of the Memphis Commercial Appeal quoted the Methodist Le Bonheur Center for Healthcare Economics at length in an article about high-deductible health plans. Click here to read.
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