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Leading Transformation

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?

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New Marketplace

Health Plans of the Future Are Win-Win-Win

How health plans can take advantage of their position in the ecosystem to connect motivated consumers with their perfectly matching high-performing provider.

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Leadership

Lessons in Leadership: Kimberlydawn Wisdom

What disturbs you gives you purpose.

2015 and 2016 Gallup Sharecare Well-Being 5 Key Metrics Data for NCH Healthcare System Blue Zones Project Life Expectancy

Care Redesign

Decreasing the Cost of Care by Avoiding Illness

NCH Healthcare System’s success in lengthening life expectancy and improving health and happiness for its community while lowering health care costs for large employers is an example worth emulating.

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Care Redesign

Shifting the Conversation to Whole-Person Health

If we can’t articulate where we should be in 10 years, we won’t achieve our goals.

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Leadership

Lessons in Leadership: Kevin Rooney

Think big, but start small: change starts with one patient, one nurse or doctor, and one shift.

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Leadership

The “Give a Darn” Method for Outcomes Measurement

Providence St. Joseph uses the “give a darn” method to deliver value — what makes a difference to patients makes it on the short list.

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New Marketplace

Fair Pharma? Intermountain’s New Generic Drug Company

“What we aim to do is to create something akin to a public utility that is going to put public good first.”

Leadership

Why Give It Up? My Late-Career Fellowship

Instead of retiring, a physician in his 70s pursued a fellowship in telehealth and found a piece of the future.

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Care Redesign

Small Improvements versus Care Redesign: Can Your Organization Juggle Both?

What are the best ways to introduce innovation capacity into your organization?

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New Marketplace

Do Less, Not More—Reducing Waste in Health Care

If the objective is to control spending, why are we pouring billions of dollars into care coordination and high-risk case management instead of developing systems for eliminating waste?

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