Case Study by
Adi Hirshberg, Katy Mahraj & Sindhu K. Srinivas
At the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, a text message–based blood pressure surveillance program for postpartum women with preeclampsia improved blood pressure management, reduced readmissions, and increased patient and provider satisfaction.
How two thought leaders in the fields of home-based medical care, geriatrics, and palliative medicine advanced a quality-of-care agenda for homebound adults.
Peter J. Pronovost, Craig Samitt, Y. Claire Wang & Vindell Washington
Interoperability is a business imperative for enhancing value in health care, and providers and payers must collaboratively meet the demands for data exchange.
How do we create a future where we continue the trajectory of making life better year after year?
David J. Cook & Paula Li
Context is the key to understanding China’s health care system and its emphasis on population health.
Jonathan Gordon & He Wang
China’s experience offers insights for integrating digital and non-digital health care services.
James N. Weinstein
Balancing the potential of data intelligence systems, from enabling earlier diagnoses to exposing health inequities across the United States, with the wisdom and experience of health care practitioners.
Health care leaders must advocate for regulatory and reimbursement changes to unlock the potential of innovative technology and care team approaches to Parkinson’s and other suitable conditions.
Instead of asking algorithms to learn from humans and reproduce human judgment — including our errors, biases, and incentives — what if we asked them to learn from nature?
Xianbao Liu, Qifeng Zhu, Fenfang Zheng & Jian’an Wang
Promoting collaboration between clinicians, researchers, device-makers, and regulators.