HVHC actively encourages Members participating in the Collaborative’s projects to publish results of their work. The chance to share learnings and disseminate them widely through peer-reviewed journals stands as one of the central aims of any HVHC initiative. In recognition of competing demands on clinician and researcher time, HVHC has launched a Publication Incubator, a monthly gathering of researchers to support the drafting and submission of articles.


HVHC Authored

“Association of Diabetes Visit Frequency with Diabetes Quality Metrics.” Komo, Norris, et al. In progress.

“Diabetes Visit Frequency Paper 1.” Herndon, Brooke, et al. In progress.

“Episode-of-Care Characteristics and Costs for Hip and Knee Replacement Surgery in Hospitals Belonging to the High Value Healthcare Collaborative Compared to Similar Hospitals in the Same Healthcare Markets.” Weeks, William, et al. Medical Care. Forthcoming.

“High Value Healthcare Collaborative: Association of Surgical Invasiveness with Readmission Following Surgery for Lumbar Spondylolisthesis.” Masica, Andrew, et al. In progress.

“Perspective on the CMS Joint Replacement Bundle.” Masica, Andrew, et al. In progress.

“Scaling Up: A Report from the High Value Healthcare Collaborative Distance Learning Program for Decision Coaching.” Clay, Catherine, et al. In progress.

“Sepsis Qualitative Paper.” Taenzer, Andreas, et al. In progress.

“Sharing Best Practices in Hip and Knee.” Naessens, James, et al. In progress.

“The High Value Healthcare Collaborative: Episodes of Care for Hip and Knee Replacement Surgery.” Weeks, William, et al. Journal of Arthroplasty. Forthcoming.


HVHC Mentions

“Implementation Science: A Potential Catalyst for Delivery System Reform.” Fisher, E., et al. JAMA 2016.

“Toward Systems Science in Rehabilitation.” Jette, A. Physical Therapy 2016.

“Pathways to Success for Multi-Site Clinical Data Research.” McGraw and Leiter. eGEMS 2013.

“Five Hospitals Share Three Secrets to Improve Knee Surgery Outcomes.” Clark, C., et al. HealthLeaders 2012.

“The Four Habits of High-Value Health Care Organizations.” Bohmer. NEJM 2011.