Altarum Analysis on Readmission Rates Yields Insights for Continuous Improvement in the Military Health System

Altarum Analysis Yields Insights for Continuous Improvement in the Military Health System

New research published in Health Affairs shows that unplanned readmission rates have fallen. It also reveals targets for health policy and interventions to further improve health outcomes and readiness.
George Mason University and Altarum Webinar Series on Financing the Social Determinants of Health

Financing Investments in the Social Determinants of Health Webinar

Learn about a new approach to financing transportation, nutrition, housing, and other services.

September 12, 2019

Most Michigan Residents with a Substance Use Disorder and Over a Third with a Mental Illness Go Untreated, According to New Study by Altarum

Altarum Research on Behavioral Health Care Access

Learn which populations in Michigan are going untreated and steps for improving access.
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Through research and analytics, technology, advisory services, and program implementation, we help federal and state agencies and other organizations improve health outcomes. Our solutions are more than road maps for improvement—they are a driving force for innovation.

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Altarum Appoints Military Sociologist Bradford Booth to Lead Military and Veterans Health Work

Bradford Booth, PhD, has joined Altarum as head of its Center for Military and Veterans Health, which provides data-driven solutions for agencies within the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs that improve access and quality of care while achieving operational efficiencies.

July 26, 2019

Altarum Launches Nationally Accredited Continuing Education Program to Drive Quality Improvement in Health Care

Altarum’s Maintenance of Certification Part IV and Performance Improvement AMA PRA Category 1™ programs deliver in-depth training that leads to sustained quality improvement in patient care.

July 16, 2019

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