Dan Liljenquist, Ge Bai & Gerard F. Anderson
A consortium of hospitals and health plans is establishing a nonprofit generic-drug manufacturer to produce a steady supply of affordable essential drugs and stimulate competition in generic-drug markets.
William H. Shrank, Diane Holder & Steven D. Shapiro
UPMC’s payer-provider partnership integrates real-time data to support improved clinical decision-making and optimizes clinical and financial performance.
Bellinda Schoof & John Wiesman
A five-point plan unveils ways that leaders of health care and public health organizations can take action to enhance community wellness.
Hospitals must provide wholesome food, sound sleeping conditions, and human connection to promote healing and wellness.
Michael L. Millenson
The use of psychographic data by health systems and health plans could provoke a backlash if not done with patient consent.
Caryn Lerman & J. Larry Jameson
It is time for a critical assessment of the ways in which health systems develop, select, and support emerging physician leaders.
Michael Chernew & Mary Beth Landrum
Targeted supplemental data collection may be a valuable approach to balancing data needs with data-collection costs.
Jessica Perlo & Derek Feeley
IHI offers four lessons on how to nurture joy in the health care workforce.
Nancy M. Kane & Linda A. Cyr
Alumni of Harvard’s postgraduate Master in Health Care Management degree program reveal the benefits of academic training, and the real-world challenges for new clinical leaders that can lead to success as well as frustration.
Michael Nurok, Thoralf Sundt & Bruce Gewertz
In a value-based world, the sickest patients need the benefit of a comprehensive team to provide evidence-based treatment that will deliver desirable clinical outcomes while optimizing the cost of care.