Leah L. Zullig & Hayden Bosworth
Medication adherence is a significant public health challenge. As each patient is unique, it is critical for health care systems and providers to better characterize and meet individual patient needs at each stage along the way in order to improve medication adherence and ultimately improve patient well-being.
Stephen P. Miranda
The importance of listening to the patient at the end of life.
Clinicians need to work with patients to understand not only what’s the matter with their biology, but also what matters to their biography.
There is no reason that the opportunities created by social capital cannot be realized in other countries.
Do we give patients more work, more choice, or both?
Joseph C. Kvedar & Alexander L. Fogel
User engagement outside of clinical trials is the critical factor.
How the University of Alabama at Birmingham is changing the way palliative care consultations are managed, both face to face, and face to screen.
Increased workload is only part of the problem when it comes to physicians’ — and patients’ — inability to cope.
Case Study by
Caroline Sayer, Dorothy Blundell & Charlotte Mullins
Camden Clinical Commissioning Group, a local health planning organization in London, developed a Population Health Management Tool to provide them with a greater understanding of the needs of different segments of the population, resulting in improved outcomes and reduced costs through the delivery of appropriate care.
Michael H. Kanter, Joanne Schottinger & Joel Whittaker
How Kaiser Permanente Southern California reviews high-quality published research and implements evidence-based practices on an accelerated track.