Timothy Crowley & Robert Nielson
It’s a generally accepted view that all hospital-employed physician groups are constitutionally incapable of operating without financial support from the hospital. PinnacleHealth Medical Group found that common sense tactics can eliminate the need for hospitals to expend precious resources to support employed physicians.
Mark McClellan & Mark Smith
The Co-chairs of the Guiding Committee of the Health Care Payment Learning & Action Network (HCP LAN) report on the groundwork that has been laid for real payment reform.
Robert A. Phillips, Roberta L. Schwartz, William F. McKeon & Marc L. Boom
Due to learnings from previous hurricanes, five success factors kept the Texas Medical Center operational during one of the worst natural disasters in recent U.S. history.
Glenn Waters & Bruce Flareau
BayCare’s extensive disaster preparations were crucial in weathering the storm.
Collaborative relationships across settings are critical to optimizing care, yet difficult to achieve.
Sandra L. Fryhofer, Meena Seshamani, Karen B. DeSalvo & Patrick H. Conway
The basic goals of delivery system reform — to promote quality and value in our health care system — remain at the core of bipartisan efforts in health care, and it is therefore essential that such efforts continue.
How the coverage provisions of the ACA are affecting safety-net health systems, responses of these systems to payment reform, and future directions in scaling up improvements and innovation in delivery systems.
The NEJM Catalyst Insights Council weighs in on the best opportunities for post-acute care transitions.
Case Study by
Jessica Black, Monica Gould, Dave A. Chokshi & Jesse Singer
Integrating depression treatment into primary care in New York City’s public system.
There’s a large chance new physicians will burn out, so how do we keep the next generation motivated?