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The Value of Mentoring

by James Russell, RN-BC, MBA, CVAHP, Value Analysis Program Director, UW Health, WI Lately, I’ve been thinking about the importance of mentoring in Value Analysis.  It’s certainly an important tool in the development of most occupations.  […]

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Featured Articles in Latest Issue of Healthcare Value Analysis & Utilization Management Magazine

Featured Articles Featured Article – Gina Thomas, COO – Lumere – Value Analysis and Utilization Tools: Healthcare Can't Afford to Not Look at Inappropriate Utilization Value Analysis Leadership Interview – Brian Shoenfeld, COO –  Talon – Insights […]

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Value Analysis Tools

James Russell, RN-BC, MBA, CVAHP, Value Analysis Program Director, UW Health, WI As I get more experienced in the field of healthcare value analysis, I get more and more exposed to various tools and techniques […]

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The Progression of Value Analysis

James Russell, RN-BC, MBA, CVAHP, Value Analysis Program Director, UW Health, WI I have been thinking a lot lately about not only what value analysis is (definition) and how value analysis is done (process), but […]

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Featured Articles from Latest Issue of  Healthcare Value Analysis & Utilization Management Magazine

FEATURED ARTICLE – That Which We Call Evidence – By James Russell, RN-BC, MBA, CVAHP, Value Analysis Program Director, University of Wisconsin Health Value Analysis Leadership Interview with Hani Elias, CEO and Gina Thomas, CDO from Procured […]

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Evidence Can Be Found from Many Sources with a High or Low Degree of Reliability. Are You Employing the Right Sources?

Robert T. Yokl, President/CEO, SVAH Solutions I just reviewed the online poll results on our Healthcare Value Analysis and Utilization Magazine website that asked the question, “What strategy do you believe is the big savings […]

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That Which We Call Evidence

James Russell, RN-BC, MBA, CVAHP, Value Analysis Program Director, UW Health, WI In our busy, healthcare focused careers, buzzwords, buzz-phrases, and acronyms seem to come and go: Thinking out of the box; TQM (Total Quality […]