By neglecting mental and behavioral health, our society has made it virtually impossible to succeed in holistic health, and thus to improve health outcomes.
Improving access to mental health care and integrating it with physical health care is essential to truly realize better whole-person care for individual patients and populations.
Article by Allen S. Weiss
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.
Clip by Toyin Ajayi, Rebecca Onie & Tyler Norris
If we can’t articulate where we should be in 10 years, we won’t achieve our goals.
With a concerted effort that incorporates principles of understanding, engaging, and connecting with diverse communities, health care leaders can impact patients’ lives early on, preventing adverse conditions and improving outcomes.
Article by Roy A. Beveridge
Clinicians need to adopt a holistic approach to care, particularly for older patients with chronic and comorbid conditions.
Addressing the Prescription Opioid Crisis: Advancing Provider Education and Collaborating with All Stakeholders
Article by Jay Bhatt & Elisa Arespacochaga
Providers have a large role to play in tackling the opioid overdose epidemic, but they can’t go it alone.
Article by Dave A. Chokshi, Ji E. Chang & Ross M. Wilson
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.
How can we better integrate mental and physical health services?
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.
Case Study by Deepa Borde, Jacqui Pinkney & Robert Leverence
Identifying hidden barriers to better care meant earning the patients’ trust and drilling down to the source of the problem.