Aaron Martin Talk Still: Will These Digital Health Care Innovations Truly Change Care Delivery?
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Will This Innovation Truly Change Health Care?

A former Amazon executive offers tips for achieving scale with digital innovations in health care.

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Survey Snapshot: Genomic Data Is Far from Clinical Use

NEJM Catalyst Insights Council members say that clinical and cost data will continue to be the most useful data sources.

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Learning to Drive — Early Exposure to End-of-Life Conversations in Medical Training

The importance of listening to the patient at the end of life.

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Care Redesign Survey: What Data Can Really Do for Health Care

NEJM Catalyst Insights Council members are shifting from disillusionment over the unfulfilled promises of big data to a more realistic vision of how sophisticated analytics can transform health care delivery.

Victor Montori Talk Still: The Invisible Work of the Patient
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The Invisible Work of the Patient

Clinicians need to work with patients to understand not only what’s the matter with their biology, but also what matters to their biography.

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Can We Achieve Scale in Innovation?

Innovation and scale are inextricably tied to the future success and sustainability of health care providers.

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Measures Only Get Better When You Use Them

Optimism, innovation, and how the two go together.

Scott Weingarten Talk Still: Decision Support: The Self-Driving Cars of Health Care
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The Self-Driving Cars of Health Care

Decision support is transforming the way we drive a car. Why shouldn’t it also transform the way we care for patients?

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P4 Medicine and the Democratization of Health Care

“P4 health care” — predictive, preventive, personalized, and participatory — will use the astonishing power of systems medicine and big data to bring cutting-edge scientific wellness to everyone, improving health and saving money.

Benjamin Chu Talk Still: The Boom and Bust of Managed Care
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The Boom and Bust of Managed Care

The CEO of Memorial Hermann applies lessons learned from the managed care boom and bust of the 1990s to improving care today.

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