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Sinsky Panel Clip Still: Neither Victim nor Villain of Physician Burnout

Leadership

Physicians: Neither Victim nor Villain

When it comes to burnout, physicians have a responsibility to say “that’s not sustainable.”

Amy Compton-Phillips Video Still: The Three Cs of Care Redesign

Care Redesign 2016

The Three Cs of Care Redesign

Care, Cure & Coordination: A patient-focused “triple aim” for care redesign.

A Holistic Approach to Social Needs Panel Clip Still

New Marketplace
New Risk, New Business Models

A Holistic Approach to Social Needs

Whose responsibility is it to address the social determinants of health?

Eddie Greene Panel Clip Still: You Can't Over-Communicate When Leading Teams

Leadership

You Can’t Over-Communicate

People don't often listen to what you say. But they hear what you do.

Punam Keller Talk Still: Reducing Heart Failure Readmission Rates

Patient Engagement

Reducing Heart Failure Readmission Rates

Focusing on compliance barriers is much more effective than focusing on compliance benefits.

Rushika Fernandopulle Iora Health Relationship-Based Care Talk Still

New Marketplace
New Risk, New Business Models

“We Have to Change Everything”

Transactions don’t heal anyone. What we need is relationship-based care.

Kirchhoff_Volpp_Wood Panel Clip Still: Sharing Behavior Change Strategies Worldwide

Patient Engagement

Sharing Behavior Change Notes Worldwide

The U.S. has pockets of innovation, but they’re not as widespread as in other countries.

Orchestrating Better Coordinated Care Panel Clip Still

New Marketplace
New Risk, New Business Models

The Music of Medicine: Orchestrating Better Care

Orchestras practice for years before they become the very best. Health care organizations are asking for our patience while they follow suit.

Patient-Provider Conflict: The Perfect Environment Panel Clip Still

Care Redesign 2016

Patient-Provider Conflict: The Perfect Environment

We must improve how patients perceive the system if we want health care to improve.

Scott Halpern Panel Clip Still: Health Prevention Programs That Scale

Patient Engagement

If It’s Designed Well, They’ll Want It

Lessons learned from the field on the key components to designing scalable health prevention and behavior change programs.

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