Mayo Clinic Professor of Medicine Victor Montori shares key papers that have shaped his thinking and his research team's work in evidence-based medicine, minimally disruptive medicine, and shared decision-making.
Chronic Care Management
Patients with chronic illness require disease management and other services. Improving chronic care can help reduce costs and boost quality of life. What can we do to provide the best care and the best outcomes for people with chronic illness?
Blog Post by Michael Nurok, Nicholas Sadovnikoff & Bruce Gewertz
How do we steer the ship of care when each team member thinks they’re the captain?
Efforts to improve the overall value of care need to better manage the trajectory of those with chronic illness.
Article by Richard Safeer
A framework for embracing the health benefits of lifestyle choices in medicine.
Article by Joseph C. Kvedar & Alexander L. Fogel
User engagement outside of clinical trials is the critical factor.
Article by Carol J. Peden & Leslie A. Saxon
To ensure that we engage the patient groups who have much to gain from the more flexible health care interactions that digital innovation can provide, we must consider issues of computer literacy, access, and trust.
Blog Post by NEJM Catalyst
NEJM Catalyst Insights Council members weigh on the best and worst uses for patient engagement technology tools.
Article by Helena Canhão, Pedro Oliveira & Leid Zejnilovic
Patients and their caregivers routinely devise innovations both simple and complex to make their lives easier and sometimes even improve their health. Supporting and disseminating those innovations can help make life better for everyone.
Article by Sigall K. Bell, Tom Delbanco & Jan Walker
The OpenNotes initiative is engaging patients through shared clinical notes. What have we learned since its debut, and how will open access continue to change the health care landscape?
Interview by Rodney O. Tucker & Thomas H. Lee
How the University of Alabama at Birmingham is changing the way palliative care consultations are managed, both face to face, and face to screen.