Key information and important choices are constantly being presented in health care. Yet often the frames or default options used are selected without attention to strategic goals.
Judith F. Baumhauer, Christopher Dasilva, David Mitten, Paul Rubery & Michael Rotondo
Implementation of routine PRO collection is paramount to measuring and maximizing value in health care.
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Nakul Katyal, Tammy Hether & Raghav Govindarajan
How open communication and one-to-one mentoring generated team spirit and a learning environment.
NEJM Catalyst Insights Council members overwhelmingly agree that social networks can impact chronic diseases and healthy behaviors, but time commitment and funding prevent their prevalence.
Will personalized interventions transform how we improve an individual’s health? A frequent-flier expert believes that it will.
Social networks — both face-to-face and virtual — have been shown to positively impact behaviors such as weight loss and smoking cessation. Is the health care industry ready to more widely leverage this mechanism for increasing healthy behaviors among patients?
The evidence for improved clinical outcomes, lower costs, and reduced hospital and ED utilization resulting from mutual peer support health interventions.
As our health system moves toward value-based models, healthcare industry leaders increasingly are regarding the social determinants of health as critical components of these efforts. Read an overview of SDOH and find out how some healthcare organizations are addressing them.
The real value in health care systems is in human interactions.
Kamal Jethwani & Jodi Sperber
And if we are not truly empowering patients, what exactly should we be striving for?