March 20, 2008 | News Release
Nurses are pivotal to quality improvement efforts, but shortages could curtail involvement.
April 7, 2008 | News Release
The Fix? A Major Overhaul of Medicare.
May 20, 2008 | News Release
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation awards third round of grants to improve the quality of public health.
$19-Billion stimulus infusion good start, but researchers warn steep climb ahead to get hospitals to go digital.
March 25, 2009 | News Release, Video
Contrary to conventional wisdom, only a tiny fraction of U.S. hospitals have full health information technology (HIT) systems in place to improve how they deliver care, says the New England Journal of Medicine in the March 26 online edition.
Former Senate Majority Leaders Baker, Daschle and Dole Release Bipartisan Framework for Comprehensive Health Reform
June 17, 2009 | News Release
Budget-neutral plan ensures cost savings, quality Improvement and affordable coverage for all Americans.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Institute of Medicine Launch Unprecedented Initiative on the Future of Nursing in America
July 14, 2009 | News Release
Committee led by Donna Shalala and Linda Burnes Bolton to develop blueprint for expanded access to quality care through better use of nurses.
August 25, 2009 | News Release
Part of RWJF's "Aligning Forces for Quality" program, the efforts focus on improving quality of cardiac care for African-American and Hispanic patients, and more effective language services for patients who speak little English.
Finding Answers Awards More Than $1.5 Million to Evaluate Interventions Aimed at Reducing Gaps in Health Care Among U.S. Racial and Ethnic Groups
October 19, 2009 | News Release
Seven grants given to organizations with demonstrated abilities to develop and test interventions to reduce racial and ethnic disparities in health care.
October 26, 2009 | News Release
First national look at electronic health records in hospitals that serve the poor shows effect of lagging adoption rates on quality.
December 26, 2005 | News Release
New symbols remove language barriers, provide better access to care.