Improved targeting of resources must be a consideration if we want to ensure health care for everyone.
Dynamic, engaging, video talks with innovative ideas and best practices that frame important issues.
Six percent of surgical patients who are opioid naïve become new chronic opioid users. To combat this statistic, one group in Michigan is changing surgical care and pain care practices across the state.
Strategically integrated partnerships between public health, health systems, and the communities they serve are the only way to truly change our nation’s health outcomes.
How the Yale Women’s Crew team fought against gender inequality in March 1976 — and won — and what high-performing health care teams can learn from that story in addressing health inequities.
Esprit de corps is the single most important indicator in which health care organizations have control over patient experience, outcomes, safety, and cost. How to get there? By co-creating quality.
Talk by Sanjay Saint
Every veteran should receive the special kind of care they deserve from the moment they leave service to the time of their final salute.
Examples from inside and outside health care on changing the environment so that if people take no action at all, the right thing — the healthy thing — still happens.
Talk by Sara Bleich
A look at environment changes that could help reduce the obesity epidemic in the United States.
How can health care providers and patients improve the shared decision-making process so that the patient’s voice is truly heard?
Talk by Peter Ubel
When should clinicians and health systems promote hard work to achieve health versus looking for ways that could make healthy behaviors easier?