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A social norm among Mayo Clinic physicians to answer their beepers immediately sparks excuses and admiration from others.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed the AHCA on May 4, 2017. If it becomes law intact, what effects will it have on patients?
Health care needs to “own” its valuable data by investing in appropriate internal analytics functions — or risk ceding these data and their insights to outsiders.
NEJM Catalyst Insights Council members have strong opinions and expert analyses on the coming years.
Editorial Director Edward Prewitt and Clinical Editor Namita S. Mohta, MD, discuss what our readers believe is in store for health care under the new administration.
Ongoing institutional improvement efforts can benefit from health care leaders who are willing to improve their leadership skills through self-reflection and personal change.
Think of physician well-being as a three-legged stool. Improvement efforts should focus on all three domains to achieve best results.
Many physicians are simply unaware that innovation is a process and that entrepreneurship is a discipline.
NEJM Catalyst Insights Council members predict no clear winners, only losers. Some of their concerns have already been borne out.
Surprisingly, insufficient attention is given to the skills that produce fine leaders.
Combatting the opioid crisis goes beyond changing prescribing practices.
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