You've previously seen me share how high quality healthcare services are typically the least expensive.  Now, from the University of Utah, comes further evidence about how improving quality is often associated with decreased healthcare expense.  Have you seen this recent article on just how useful it was to arm physicians with a tool to focus on value?  For other practical tools to help improve value in healthcare, have a look at Volume To Value:  Proven Methods For Achieving High Quality In Healthcare available in paperback and Kindle editions.