Three components for treating the unhealthy, uncompetitive U.S. health care market — beginning with a buyer’s revolt.
Health leaders are constantly striving for better healthcare management. Through organizational development and leadership, some health care delivery organizations are making important changes large and small. What separates them from the pack?
Health crises often unmask deep, underlying disparities and disadvantage in the communities that health care providers serve.
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?
Can anyone in health care build a high-performing team? What does it take to build one?
Article by William Gordon, Aneesh Chopra & Adam Landman
The pieces are in place for a truly disruptive shift in how patients can access and use their own clinical data to improve their health.
Where does changing the culture of medicine begin?
Article by Steven Strongwater & Joe Kimura
Primary care must leverage disruptive innovations to ensure that patients receive first-access, comprehensive, coordinated, continuous care that is woven into a seamlessly integrated system.
Clip by Sanjay Saint, Kimberlydawn Wisdom & Frederick P. Cerise
How do health care organizations without much margin balance that with their mission to provide top-notch care?
Better Clinical Care for Obesity and Diet-Related Diseases Requires a Focus on Social Determinants of Health
Article by Sara Bleich & Caroline Glagola Dunn
To more effectively treat the problems of obesity and diet-related conditions, health systems need to restructure the traditional medical model of care delivery to address the social determinants of health.