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Measurement of the impact of Winona Health Online

By David B. Nash, David Shulkin, Florence Comite, Ron Loeppke, Bruce Van Cleave, Robert Kane, Jon Christianson and Douglas Pousma

Abstract

The purpose of this article is to present the methodology to study the clinical and financial outcomes associated with the use of Winona Health Online, a novel community-wide interactive healthcare Website in Winona, Minnesota. Outcome methodology was developed by the University of Minnesota School of Public Health and the Carlson School of Management in cooperation with nationally recognized outcomes and disease state management experts, healthcare practitioners in Winona, statisticians, and health economists. The main areas of measurement include health status, satisfaction, cost and utilization of services, and clinical quality

Topics: health care costs, outcome and process assessment, health services needs and demand, Internet, World Wide Web, Health Services Research
Publisher: Jefferson Digital Commons
Year: 2001
OAI identifier: oai:jdc.jefferson.edu:healthpolicyfaculty-1012

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