Drawing on a recent NEJM Catalyst Insights Report, articles, and data graphics, Editorial Director Edward Prewitt and Clinical Editor Namita S. Mohta, MD, discuss what our readers believe is in store for health care under the new administration. Listen to the conversation to learn what our readers foresee for patients and providers, and how accurate their predictions are turning out. What is the future of MACRA, and what are Tom Price’s plans?
Article by Amar Shah, Marco Aurelio & Mason Fitzgerald
Administrative QI projects save money, streamline processes, and even improve patient care for the U.K.’s National Health Service.
Clinician burnout is far from being eliminated at health care organizations, but leaders, frontline physicians, and nurses are joining forces to get to the roots of the crisis.
Article by Nathan R. Handley & Lee A. Fleisher
Five strategies that can support long-term leadership development and open opportunities for system transformation.
Article by Alexi A. Wright & Ingrid T. Katz
There’s a growing recognition that organizations need to redesign the way that clinical care is delivered to address the national physician burnout epidemic. Measuring rates of physician burnout is the first step.
Article by Ji Yun Kang, Mary Ann Djonne & Joslyn Vaught
How Mayo Clinic utilized an action learning–based program to foster the leadership skills needed to navigate the changing landscape of health care.
An NEJM Catalyst Insights Council survey finds that clinicians and leaders do not see eye-to-eye on many aspects of health care delivery.
Interview by Rana L. Awdish, Dale M. Glenn, Ghazala Sharieff, Thomas Howell, Jr. & Namita Seth Mohta
A group of care experience leaders from across the United States discuss innovative physician coaching models at their respective organizations.
Case Study by Susan Pohl, Sonja Van Hala, Mari Ransco & Jennifer Leiser
A rigorous 3-year program helps physicians focus on improvement through interprofessional collaboration.
Article by Pooja Chandrashekar & Anjali Thakkar
How can physicians learn to speak the language of innovation and claim a role for themselves within the innovation ecosystem?