NEJM Catalyst Thought Leaders weigh in on the most influential and inspiring texts of their careers.
Population Health Management
The emergence of new health information technology and a rise in healthcare analytics provide opportunity for insights. Health information management, including population management, uses patient data to drive change. What additional steps can your organization take to manage population health?
Article by Kamalini Ramdas & Ara Darzi
Given the effectiveness of group interventions, why aren’t doctors routinely using them to treat physical and mental conditions?
The difference between the two terms is muddled but important, says Cleveland Clinic’s Chief Experience Officer.
Article by Katherine Peeler
After President Trump’s executive order banning refugees, the United States is no longer a bright beacon of hope to suffering people around the world.
Insights Report by Sandra Gittlen
NEJM Catalyst Insights Council members say that clinical and cost data will continue to be the most useful data sources.
Talk by Sachin Jain
There isn’t a population of patients who needs a culture of caring more than those on Medicaid.
Blog Post by R. Conor Holton-Burke & David S. Buck
We can better serve our under-resourced patients by helping them access treatments and social interventions we already know to be effective.
Article by Karen E. Joynt, Nancy De Lew, Steven H. Sheingold, Patrick H. Conway, Kate Goodrich & Arnold M. Epstein
Strategies for monitoring quality of care for socially at-risk patients and reducing disparities.
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.
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.