Care Delivery Models 

Doctors in scrubs sitting at a table with pens in their hands and writing about new health care models.

The future of health care requires new models of care that improve health and contain costs. Our work examines emerging models of care, identifies the most promising models, and supports the successful spread of care model innovations. 

Why is Researching New Health Care Models Important?

Transformation is occurring at every stage of the health care system from delivery to payment methods. As a result, the health care workforce is evolving quickly. New models help organizations understand and develop every level of health care worker to meet the ever-changing needs of patients.


Medical Laboratory Technicians in California: Lessons from the Field

Licensed Medical Laboratory Technicians, or MLTs, are a relatively new occupation in California.

Central Massachusetts Community Health Center Partnership: Update 2014

The Central Massachusetts Community Health Center Partnership (CMCHCP) is a collaborative effort of employers and training centers intended to...

Medical Laboratory Technicians in California: Expanding Hospital Lab Capacity

UCSF researchers find that medical laboratory technicians (MLTs) are being integrated into laboratory staff at California hospitals with good...

Southcentral Foundation—Nuka Model of Care Provides Career Growth for Frontline Staff

Southcentral Foundation (SCF) assumed management of a primary care system with low patient satisfaction and high staff turnover.

Collaborative Practice in American Dentistry: Practice and Potential

As the US seeks to improve the effectiveness and accessibility of the oral health care delivery system – in order to reduce stark disparities in...