Stanford University

Jan 26, 2016

To support the Stanford Clinical Excellence Research Center’s efforts to disseminate solutions from the Most Valuable Care project, which identified innovations that deliver high quality health care at lower costs.
Grant Amount (FY 2016): $255,000


To support the Stanford Clinical Excellence Research Center’s efforts to disseminate solutions from the Most Valuable Care project, which identified innovations that deliver high quality health care at lower costs.
Grant Amount (FY 2015): $255,000


To support the Stanford Clinical Excellence Research Center’s efforts to identify and evaluate specialty healthcare providers whose innovations result in high quality healthcare at lower costs.
Grant Amount (FY 2014): $1,829,110


To support the Stanford Clinical Excellence Research Center’s efforts to identify and evaluate systems and providers whose innovations improve healthcare quality and reduce healthcare costs.

This includes a survey of primary care organizations to learn about the features of care delivery that contribute to performance on quality and cost.

Project Team includes:

  • Arnold Milstein: Center Director
  • Vicki Cohen: Site Outreach
  • Taylor Goodspeed: Research Assistant
  • Julia Murphy: Survey Lead
  • Melora Simon: Overall Project Lead

Grant Amount (FY 2013): $1,186,184


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