Members share practical information and discuss important issues in virtual professional communities on the Global Health Delivery Online platform, GHDonline.org.
More than merely a discussion forum, each expert-led community connects people passionate about the same topic and engages them in timely discussions on critical challenges for the delivery of quality health care to all patients.
In addition to the following public communities, GHDonline hosts private communities.
The Costs of Care community is a partnership between GHDonline and Costs of Care, a 501c3 nonprofit that is transforming American healthcare delivery by empowering patients and their caregivers to deflate medical bills. We see an opportunity to return $100 billion to the American people by trimming the fat out of medical bills – replacing or rejecting services that eat into our wallets without making us healthier. Visit our webpage and follow our blog. Also, follow us on Twitter @costsofcare for our latest posts.
Treating endemic non-communicable diseases (NCD) is a global health priority. Members of this community share effective approaches to combating NCDs in poor populations everywhere.
Nurses and midwives provide the backbone of health care delivery systems worldwide. Members of this community share experiences and exchange information in efforts to raise the standard of nursing care and training.
Experts in surgery and anesthesia exchange experiences, resources, and expert knowledge to promote initiatives that address the challenges of surgical care in resource-poor settings.
The incredible potential to improve global health delivery through appropriate use of health information technology (HIT) drives discussion in this community. Members connect to learn about feasibility, planning, and implementation of a broad spectrum of HIT projects, including electronic medical record systems and mobile devices.
Health care professionals exchange ideas and approaches for improving HIV prevention strategies, scaling up access to ARVs and increasing patient adherence and retention to treatment plans. Members discuss the plethora of related issues, describe their first-hand experience, and exchange resources and lessons learned.
Innovative approaches to healthcare delivery are vital to increasing access, reducing costs, and improving outcomes for patients throughout the US. Join health care providers, researchers, policy advocates and entrepreneurs in discussing the many facets of health innovation, including new technologies, patient-centered innovations, payment innovations, as well as strategies for developing innovations and implementing them in practice.
Policymakers, national control program professionals, and practitioners problem solve and exchange best practices in this community with the goal of improving the prevention, management and treatment of malaria.
In this community, professionals share information regarding the clinical, programmatic and community-oriented aspects of early diagnosis, treatment and prevention of multi-drug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB). Members also use this forum to promote universal access to quality care for MDR-TB.
As the US health care system continues to expand access to care and provide greater emphasis on prevention, population and community health approaches become increasingly important. Join health care providers, researchers, policy advocates, community health workers, and others in discussing a range of population health topics, including care delivery in remote or rural settings, new payment models to support population health, patient-centered medical homes, the role of community health workers, and more.
As access to care expands under the Affordable Care Act, the need to ensure the delivery of high quality care grows greater every day. Join quality and safety researchers, health care providers, policy advocates and other colleagues in sharing resources and tools for quality improvement and discussing challenges and strategies for improving the provision of high quality care.
To improve and disseminate best practices for TB infection control, members draw on a diversity of backgrounds, including engineering, architecture, administration and medicine. Experts answer questions and practitioners share strategies for effective TB infection control.