Where does changing the culture of medicine begin?
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?
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.
Clip by Frederick P. Cerise & Kimberlydawn Wisdom
Hospital systems can’t “just share information.” Transparency takes work. But what does that work involve?
Article by Timothy W. Jahn
Hospital and system leaders need to sharpen the focus of CMO roles to include system-wide considerations beyond the walls of the hospital.
Examples of a public health and health system partnership, payer and provider partnership, and multi-hospital partnership that led to improved health care outcomes.
Article by Gregg S. Meyer, O’Neil Britton & Daniel Gross
Salient lessons learned over multiple electronic health record implementations.
Article by Susan P. Ehrlich & John S. Toussaint
Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital deployed its new leadership culture, which emphasizes staff decision-making, self-reflection, and clarity in defining problems and goals, to successfully address a crisis involving record-high patient volumes.
Convening a Digitally Enabled Ecosystem to Address the Chronic Disease Burden of an Underserved Community
Article by Lynda Chin, Joseph B. McCormick & Raymond S. Greenberg
Disrupted by technologies, health care needs ecosystem-based solutions for integration and equitable access.