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Insights Reports

Research, commentary, and analysis on industry trends from our council of health care leaders and clinicians. For more information about joining the Insights Council, click here.

Patients and PCPs Hold Primary Responsibility for Addressing Obesity

Patient Engagement

Patient Engagement Survey: The Failure of Obesity Efforts and the Collective Nature of Solutions

Patients hold responsibility for their actions, but providers’ approaches to address obesity often fall short as well.

Few Truly High-Performing Health Care Organizations

Leadership

Survey Snapshot: What the High Performers Have to Say

NEJM Catalyst Insights Council members from high-performing institutions share their perspectives on what’s working and what needs improvement.

Little Consensus Over Definition of High-Performing Organizations in Health Care

Leadership

Leadership Survey: High-Performing Organizations

Health care is rife with metrics and rating systems that purport to differentiate the good, bad, and mediocre. Every clinician and leader wants to be affiliated with a high-performing organization. But what constitutes high performance in health care?

Transparency Can Improve Both Quality and Cost of Care

New Marketplace

Survey Snapshot: Seeing Progress in Transparency, but the Quest for Value Continues

NEJM Catalyst Insights Council members agree that despite the challenges and caveats, transparency efforts are essential.

University of Utah Health Buzz Survey Report Cost of Care and Physician Responsibility Out-of-Pocket Costs

New Marketplace

Buzz Survey Report: Cost of Care and Physician Responsibility

An independent NEJM Catalyst report sponsored by University of Utah Health on how practicing clinicians and health care leaders view health care costs.

Transparency Initiatives Are Maturing But Have Far to Go

New Marketplace

New Marketplace Survey: A Slow Path to Transparency for Patients

There is national momentum to empower patients with actionable health care information. But how well is the health care industry faring with this push to improve patient-facing transparency?

Consensus That Design Thinking Is Useful in Health Care

Care Redesign

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.

Health Care Organizations Only Occassionally Apply Design Thinking

Care Redesign

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.

Different Means of Initiating and Sustaining Behavior Change

Patient Engagement

Survey Snapshot: Social Support, Whether In-Person or Virtual, Is the Key to Sustained Behavior Change

NEJM Catalyst Insights Council members seek ways to create relationships with patients — but the hurdles are high.

Different Means of Initiating and Sustaining Behavior Change

Patient Engagement

Patient Engagement Survey: What Creates Behavior Change May Not Sustain It

An NEJM Catalyst Insights Council survey finds that human interaction and social support are vital for patient behavior change and employee wellness programs.

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