Wayne B. Jonas, Eric Schoomaker, James R. Marzolf & Tracy Gaudet
Until we redesign our health care system to address our patients’ personal determinants of health, we will continue to inadequately address our multiple chronic disease crises.
Should physicians stay in their clinical lanes when it comes to behavior change and social determinants of health?
Shreya Kangovi & David A. Asch
Practical insights that can help organizations optimize their investments in community health workers.
Partnering with the community to tackle substance use and mental health disorders is the optimal way to help people get better.
How do you get the buy-in from primary care providers to integrate mental and behavioral health services into their practices and build a system of truly collaborative care?
What should clinicians do for patients for whom social isolation and loneliness is the biggest social need?
Making the assessment of nonmedical social needs and referral to those needs a standard of care so that it becomes part of the quality equation of an organization, just like any other quality or safety standard.
Hospitals must provide wholesome food, sound sleeping conditions, and human connection to promote healing and wellness.
How do we align on a shared set of nomenclature and articulate a broad coalition around what health actually means?
These specialists in mental health care collaboration, addiction, and chronic pain didn’t start out that way. But they saw huge gaps in care for patients who needed these services and decided to do something about it.