Health Affairs released its list of the 10 most-read articles published in 2011. Topics that made the list range from cost and quality improvement to health information technology and patient-centered medical homes. The following articles from the  "top 10" list were written by AcademyHealth members and are available for free through January 20: The Ongoing Quality Improvement Journey: Next Stop, High Reliability Jerod M. Loeb, April 2011 The Benefits of Health Information Technology: A Review of the Recent Literature Shows Predominately Positive Results Melinda Beeuwkes Buntin and David Blumenthal, March 2011 Palliative Care Consultation Teams Cut Hospital Costs for Medicaid Beneficiaries Diane E. Meier, March 2011 The $16,819 Pay Gap for Newly Trained Physicians: The Unexplained Trend of Men Earning More than Women Anthony T. Lo Sasso, February 2011 Higher Fees Paid to U.S. Physicians Drive Higher Spending for Physician Services Compared to Other Countries Miriam L. Laugesen and Sherry A. Glied, September 2011 Transforming Physician Practices to Patient-Centered Medical Homes: Lessons from the National Demonstration Project Benjamin F. Crabtree and Carlos Jaén, March 2011 Congratulations!  

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