As the U.S. healthcare system shifts emphasis away from volume-driven to value-centered care, the way that quality is defined, delivered and measured will characterize the essential elements powering the collective performance of every stakeholder.

In this new paradigm, providers that demonstrate positive clinical outcomes across episodes of care—while simultaneously lowering expenditures—will survive and thrive. Similarly, data analytics that help organizations to monitor, manage and report errors and adverse events will play a central role in realizing the delivery of safer, higher quality care.

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