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PCPs for Integrated Care: The Importance of Buy-In

How do you get the buy-in from primary care providers to integrate mental and behavioral health services into their practices and build a system of truly collaborative care?

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Enhanced Cure Rates for HCV: Geisinger’s Approach

To reduce the burden of hepatitis C in central Pennsylvania, Geisinger Clinic designed a comprehensive assessment and treatment protocol to improve sustained virologic response rates.

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Prescribing a Remedy for Loneliness

What should clinicians do for patients for whom social isolation and loneliness is the biggest social need?

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Subscribing to Your Patients — Reimagining the Future of Electronic Health Records

Rather than searching EHRs to check on patients, what would it be like to instead subscribe to Ms. Jones in room 328?

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Survey Snapshot: Design Thinking Is Useful, So Why Aren’t More People Using It?

NEJM Catalyst Insights Council members agree that design thinking is useful, but leadership buy-in and understanding of how to implement it may create barriers.

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Artificial Intelligence and the Augmentation of Health Care Decision-Making

Artificial intelligence is most likely to improve health care by augmenting the work of human clinicians.

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A Business Case for Health Equity

Making the assessment of nonmedical social needs and referral to those needs a standard of care so that it becomes part of the quality equation of an organization, just like any other quality or safety standard.

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Designing and Implementing Better Patient Experiences

An ophthalmology provider with facilities in the greater Mexico City area is using Human-Centered Design to improve both the patient and staff experience.

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Designing Hospitals That Heal as Well as Treat

Hospitals must provide wholesome food, sound sleeping conditions, and human connection to promote healing and wellness.

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Care Redesign Survey: How Design Thinking Can Transform Health Care

Health care leaders and frontline clinicians are eager to embrace design thinking. Yet its principles are not widely applied.

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