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To assist government leaders in better understanding the characteristics of successful transformations, the IBM Center asked Robert Reisner, an expert in government transformation, to interview a select group of federal executives who have recently undertaken major transformation initiatives in their organizations.
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Now that health reform has been enacted, people have begun working on the details of implementing the new law.
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Now that health care reform has been enacted, people have begun working on the details of implementing the new law. The University of Maryland School of Public Policy and the IBM Center for The Business of Government are collaborating to offer a unique voice on the major implementation issues surrounding health care reform.
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The use of prizes and awards is a visible element of the Obama Administration’s efforts to promote innovation in government.
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Today, many health care experts are calling for a more collaborative, innovative, and technologically focused health care system.
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Don Kettl, Dean of the School of Public Policy at the University of Maryland, helps to answer the question, now that national health reform has been enacted, how are we going to make this work?
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Advances in sensor technology, wireless networks, mobile monitoring devices, and telecommunications have all made it possible to address the increasingly dire shortage of health care professionals in rural areas. The recently passed American Recovery...
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This paper outlines the challenges facing the U.S. health care system, how prevention can help address these challenges, examples of wellness and prevention programs, suggestions for program components and design, and proposed standards for the federal government...
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This report examines the use of market-based regulatory tools by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and other federal and state regulatory agencies. These regulatory tools, including emissions trading programs and marketable permits and emission...
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