Waiting has emotional effects on patients, so it’s ironic that physicians often cite long waiting times as evidence of their excellence.
We must remember to listen to the stories of the human beings on the receiving end of the policies we develop.
Case Study by
Kyle Bradford Jones & Dean Weedon
University of Utah Health incentivized coordination through integrated teams to provide better care at a lower cost for patients with developmental disabilities.
A framework for embracing the health benefits of lifestyle choices in medicine.
Susan A. Glod
The opioid epidemic is a national crisis that should not be underestimated. But its solution will require development of meaningful interventions.
Physicians and executives may agree on the concept but differ on how to define it.
Michael D. Cantor
Geriatricians are among the most satisfied specialists, so why don’t we have more of them?
Jeremy P. Ziring, Kathleen S. Tatem, Remle Newton-Dame, Jesse Singer & Dave A. Chokshi
Safety-net health system transformation is threatened by recent health reform proposals that erode coverage gains.
Sonia Sarkar, Dawn O’Neill & Leana S. Wen
The Baltimore City Health Department is tackling health disparities by taking a city-wide approach to addressing patients’ social needs.
Leaders prove their worth during times of uncertainty.