Care Redesign 2016
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High-Performing Teams: Health Care’s Next Frontier (07:46)

Health care has come a long way as a result of medical and technological advances. Focusing on the organization of health care delivery — specifically on collaboration within and among teams — can take it even further. Sara J. Singer, health care management and policy expert at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health and Harvard Medical School, shares some practical suggestions for generating great team performance.

From the NEJM Catalyst event Care Redesign: Creating the Future of Care Delivery at Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health, September 30, 2015.

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