Cincinnati health groups join federal initiative
Business Courier of Cincinnati, September 4, 2008
Two Greater Cincinnati organizations, the Health Improvement Collaborative and HealthBridge, have joined a federal program geared toward making healthcare quality and price information widely available. The two organizations are part of 11 community collaborations to across the country to become "chartered value exchanges," a U.S. Department of Health and Human Services initiative. The communities will have access to information from Medicare that gauges the quality of care that physicians provide to patients.
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