ACA Today: Not the Same as Yesterday

Nearly two years ago, ACA embarked on a new journey – a branding initiative – to better understand how we can relate to and remain relevant to members now and in the future. We hired a well known branding consultant who reached out to members, non-members, other health care providers and a variety of stakeholders to ask what ACA means to them. After more than 30 hours of interviews, hundreds of survey responses and volumes of research, our consultant’s recommendations were presented to ACA’s Board of Governors last year on how best to redefine our brand. The results were a wake-up call, to say the least. While some of the information uncovered was expected, other findings and comments were uncomfortable to hear. But we had to hear them. 

Monday, September 11, 2017/Author: David Herd/Number of views (1088)/Comments (1)/ Article rating: 4.5
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Publication Bias and Outcome Switching: Threats to Evidence Assessment

Publication bias is a growing problem in evidence-based practice. In the hierarchy of evidence, systematic reviews and meta-analyses lie at the top of the evidence pyramid because they are regarded as the most rigorous form of evidence for possible clinical decision-making. But publication bias can color the results of those reviews and meta-analyses in ways not easily seen nor understood. 

Monday, June 26, 2017/Author: Dana Lawrence, DC/Number of views (850)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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