Whose responsibility is it to address the social determinants of health?
Short video clips of key insights from talks and panel discussions among experts and experienced leaders.
Clip by Eddie L. Greene, Akram Boutros & Vivian S. Lee
People don't often listen to what you say. But they hear what you do.
Clip by David Kirchhoff, Wendy Wood & Kevin G. Volpp
The U.S. has pockets of innovation, but they’re not as widespread as in other countries.
Orchestras practice for years before they become the very best. Health care organizations are asking for our patience while they follow suit.
Clip by François de Brantes, Patrick H. Conway & Thomas R. Graf
We must improve how patients perceive the system if we want health care to improve.
Clip by Punam A. Keller, David Laibson & Scott D. Halpern
Lessons learned from the field on the key components to designing scalable health prevention and behavior change programs.
Clip by Wendy Wood & David Kirchhoff
Americans are bombarded with health advice by the mass media. What effect do these messages have on the attempt to change health behavior?
How do you make the business case and pay for innovations aimed at reducing physician burnout?
Clip by Leemore Dafny, Rushika Fernandopulle & Jeffrey Kosowsky
New entrants to health care typically don’t see themselves as competitors to incumbents — but the incumbents do.
Clip by Jeffrey Kosowsky, Rushika Fernandopulle & Leemore Dafny
When a newbie comes in that hasn’t had to fight the fight, how do you get your customers to stay with you?