Lee B. Sacks Photo

Halfway to Zero Serious Safety Events

How daily huddles have played a key role in Advocate Health Care’s journey toward zero serious safety events by 2020.

The Growing Imperative to Address Senior Loneliness

The Growing Imperative to Address Senior Loneliness

CareMore offers an early look at its program built on the premise that human interaction and engagement can have a positive impact on the lives of our lonely elders.

Has the Time Come for Unique Patient Identifiers for the U.S.?

Has the Time Come for a Unique Patient Identifier for the U.S.?

Accurately matching patients with their records will save money and improve care.

How Adequate Are Your Organization's Mental and Behavioral Health Services to Meet the Needs of the Patient Population?

Care Redesign Survey: It’s Time to Treat Physical and Mental Health with Equal Intent

By neglecting mental and behavioral health, our society has made it virtually impossible to succeed in holistic health, and thus to improve health outcomes.

2015 and 2016 Gallup Sharecare Well-Being 5 Key Metrics Data for NCH Healthcare System Blue Zones Project Life Expectancy

Decreasing the Cost of Care by Avoiding Illness

NCH Healthcare System’s success in lengthening life expectancy and improving health and happiness for its community while lowering health care costs for large employers is an example worth emulating.

Optimizing Diversity and Inclusivity Real People Providing Feedback on Precision Medicine Study Design Precision Medicine Initiative for All Community Medicine

Precision Medicine for Everyone

Until we create an environment where diverse patients are considered participants as partners, the goals of individualized research, prevention, and treatment will be unrealized.

Preventable Contributions to Death in USA Public Health Social Determinants of Health Mental and Behavioral Health

Up-Streamism: Health in the 21st Century

With a concerted effort that incorporates principles of understanding, engaging, and connecting with diverse communities, health care leaders can impact patients’ lives early on, preventing adverse conditions and improving outcomes.

Findings from NYC Health + Hospitals ED Care Management Program

Learnings from a Large-Scale Emergency Department Care Management Program in New York City

A CMMI-supported interdisciplinary care team effort helped a safety-net system strengthen primary care engagement and identify unmet needs.

Chronic Treatment Is Not “One and Done”

Clinicians need to adopt a holistic approach to care, particularly for older patients with chronic and comorbid conditions.

virtual visits nonvisit health care

In-Person Health Care as Option B

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?

Load More

A weekly email newsletter featuring the latest actionable ideas and practical innovations from NEJM Catalyst.

Learn More »

Most Viewed

  1. Infographic: Date Night with the EHR

  2. Physician Frustration and Fear of MACRA

  3. The Practice of Respect

  4. Pain Management for Inpatients: A Multidisciplinary Team Approach

  5. Population Health: The Ghost Aim

Insights Council

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

Apply Now