Editorial Director

Edward Prewitt, MPP

NEJM Catalyst


As Editorial Director for NEJM Catalyst, Edward Prewitt oversees all editorial content for the daily digital publication, monthly Insights reports, and quarterly events. He works closely with NEJM Catalyst advisors, authors, and colleagues to ensure that editorial content advances the national and international dialogue to drive innovation in health care delivery, while upholding NEJM Group’s high standards for quality.

Ed is an experienced business journalist, having previously served as Editorial Director for HealthLeaders Media, Executive Editor for CIO magazine, Reporter for Fortune magazine, and in many other editing, writing, research, and analysis roles. He has also worked in management consulting, as a Research Associate for Harvard Business School, and as a Research Fellow for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Ed holds a Master’s degree in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School and is a graduate of Duke University

Trump Administration's Impact on Health Care: Healthcare Landscape Changes Under Trump Administration

Leadership

Leadership Survey: Anticipating the Trump Administration’s Impact on Health Care

NEJM Catalyst Insights Council members predict no clear winners, only losers. Some of their concerns have already been borne out.

Patient Voice Roundtable Group

Patient Engagement

Insights Roundtable Report: Measuring What Matters and Capturing the Patient Voice

From a roundtable discussion and NEJM Catalyst survey, a framework for defining the patient voice and integrating it into care delivery.

Impact of the Trump Administration on Health Care Video Still

Leadership I

NEJM Catalyst Deep Dive: The Impact of the Trump Administration on Health Care

Editorial Director Edward Prewitt and Clinical Editor Namita S. Mohta, MD, discuss what our readers believe is in store for health care under the new administration.

New Marketplace

Q&A: How Telehealth Is Just Getting Started

American Well believes telehealth is the answer to the trends reshaping health care.

Care Redesign I

Survey Snapshot: Identifying the Barriers to Improving Care, and Overcoming Them

What do we mean when we say "value" in care?

Insights Council

Have a voice. Join other health care leaders effecting change, shaping tomorrow.

Apply Now