High-value care programmes from the bottom-up… and the top-down
Balancing quality of care and resource utilisation in acute care hospitals
The multiple aims of pay-for-performance and the risk of unintended consequences
Risk-adjusted survival for adults following in-hospital cardiac arrest by day of week and time of day
Establishing the validity of English GP Patient Survey items evaluating out-of-hours care
The use of patient experience survey data by out-of-hours primary care services
Making comparative performance information more comprehensible
Identifying patient safety problems associated with information technology in general practice
Differentiating between detrimental and beneficial interruptions
From the closest observers of patient care
Characteristics of hospitals receiving the largest penalties by US pay-for-performance programmes
Developing a high value care programme from the bottom up