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The “Health Superpowers”: Using AI for Good

Balancing the potential of data intelligence systems, from enabling earlier diagnoses to exposing health inequities across the United States, with the wisdom and experience of health care practitioners.

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“You’re Old Without Hearing Aids”— Addressing the Silent Epidemic of Hearing Loss

Hearing loss isn’t a normal consequence of aging. But it is associated with a higher risk of dementia, depression, and falls. The Chief Medical Officer for AARP Services talks about combating this huge but silent epidemic that impacts all ages.

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Stone-Age Policies Stifle Modern Solutions

Health care leaders must advocate for regulatory and reimbursement changes to unlock the potential of innovative technology and care team approaches to Parkinson’s and other suitable conditions.

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Algorithms in Medicine: Identifying Cats vs. Cancer

Instead of asking algorithms to learn from humans and reproduce human judgment — including our errors, biases, and incentives — what if we asked them to learn from nature?

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From Consulting to Caring: Care Redesign in Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis

A multidisciplinary collaborative model to address the palliative care needs of patients with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis resulted in improved end-of-life care and decreased hospital deaths.

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Transforming Specialty Practice in Pursuit of Value-Based Care: Results from an Integrated Cardiology Practice

Despite significant primary care reform around patient-centered medical home models, specialty care remains fragmented, with poor communication between primary care and specialists. How should specialty practices be reformed to deliver more coordinated, patient-centered care?

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Impact and Implications of Data and Analytics

Effective use of data and analytics has the potential to fulfill health care’s aspirations.

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The Living History Project: Open-Ended Patient Interviews Create a Therapeutic Bridge

A program at Yale has students conduct open-ended interviews with patients about their lives, their hopes, their values, and what they most want their medical team to know — creating the opportunity for human connection and a better care experience.

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Hypertension Guidelines: Achieving 90% Success

Focused and innovative health systems are managing to control blood pressure for 9 in 10 patients, which is well above the national average of 50% to 60%.

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Survey Snapshot: Using Data for Change

NEJM Catalyst Insights Council members discuss how data and analytics are being used at their organizations, both now and with the future in mind.

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