What if health care were designed so that in-person visits were the second, third, or even last option for meeting routine patient needs, rather than the first?
Practical insights, based on experience, from the experts’ point of view on what’s working in their own organizations and beyond.
Article by Matthew J. Resnick, David Penson & Melinda B. Buntin
Should an ACO insource or outsource specialty care? Here’s a framework to help leadership decide.
Article by Marilyn Serafini
Single-payer health care is gaining adherents among physicians and other providers. But as-yet-undetermined details will matter greatly.
Article by Daniel Halpren-Ruder
Instead of retiring, a physician in his 70s pursued a fellowship in telehealth and found a piece of the future.
Article by Robert Sahadevan
Will personalized interventions transform how we improve an individual’s health? A frequent-flyer expert believes that it will.
Article by Onil Bhattacharyya, David Blumenthal & Eric C. Schneider
What are the best ways to introduce innovation capacity into your organization?
Article by Rich Joseph
Any rational actor in today’s medical industrial complex wonders, at times, whether the labor is sensible and the effort sustainable.
Article by Katherine Baicker & Amitabh Chandra
Having a clear framework for characterizing what is, and isn’t, evidence-based health policy is a prerequisite for a rational approach to making policy choices.
Article by Peggy McNamara & Robert J. McNellis
Feedback reports can lead to the success or failure of performance improvement efforts, depending on their underlying architecture and adherence to evidence-based design guidelines.
Article by Adrianna McIntyre, Allan M. Joseph & Nicholas Bagley
The stakes are high in the debate over partial Medicaid expansions, with far-reaching consequences for patients, state governments, and the federal budget.