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Insights Report by Stephen Swensen & Susan M. Robel
Nurses are traditionally the backbone of patient care. They form the largest percentage of the health care workforce, far outstripping physicians. But are nurses leaders as well as doers?
Article by Timothy W. Jahn
Hospital and system leaders need to sharpen the focus of CMO roles to include system-wide considerations beyond the walls of the hospital.
Article by Gregg S. Meyer, O’Neil Britton & Daniel Gross
Salient lessons learned over multiple electronic health record implementations.
Article by Susan P. Ehrlich & John S. Toussaint
Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital deployed its new leadership culture, which emphasizes staff decision-making, self-reflection, and clarity in defining problems and goals, to successfully address a crisis involving record-high patient volumes.
Article by Sumita B. Khatri
Creating a truly collaborative community involves connecting the right people at the right time and in the right places.
Article by Vivian S. Lee & Joanne Conroy
Raising the standards of equity and wellness in our workplaces so we effectively advance health for the populations we serve.
Article by David I. Auerbach, Douglas O. Staiger & Peter I. Buerhaus
The number of NPs and PAs is growing rapidly, while physician supply has slowed. This research projects the number of NPs, PAs, and physicians through 2030.
Roundtable by Paul DeChant, Christina Maslach, Tait Shanafelt, Karen Weiner, Namita Seth Mohta & Edward Prewitt
An NEJM Catalyst roundtable sponsored by IBM Watson Health brought together four experts, all deeply engaged in reducing physician burnout from different perspectives, to share in a robust discussion.
Article by Robert Pottharst
The deliberate nurturing of specific types of leadership personas seems to be a critical factor in the success of value-based care organizations.
Insights Report by Sandra Gittlen
NEJM Catalyst Insights Council members from high-performing institutions share their perspectives on what’s working and what needs improvement.