Decision support is transforming the way we drive a car. Why shouldn’t it also transform the way we care for patients?
Talk by Benjamin Chu
The CEO of Memorial Hermann applies lessons learned from the managed care boom and bust of the 1990s to improving care today.
We need to design systems that are easy to shop for, easy to buy, easy to use — and that solve for health.
Clip by Victor Montori & Molly Joel Coye
New innovations can often be yet another thing clinicians have to do on top of everything else, except when they do just the opposite.
Clip by Aaron Martin
Instead, says Aaron Martin, it’s a collection of very small industries.
We’ve got to improve the value of care. That was true before the election, is true today, and will still be true when the next election comes along.
Talk by Emme Deland
How can we leverage the many to provide wonderful one standard of care?
Are new care and payment models leaving medical students in the dust?
When it comes to burnout, physicians have a responsibility to say “that’s not sustainable.”