Bharat Tewarie, Vasudev Bailey, Maxwell Rebarber & Jennings Xu
With natural language processing and machine learning, researchers are identifying patient emotional and medical needs that are not being met by clinicians and patient advocacy groups.
The effect of one-on-one communication coaching on clinicians’ communication skills and patients’ satisfaction.
The consumerization of health care continues to reshape the way that patients engage with providers and experience care. Most providers see this fundamental change in the health care model as a necessary response to changing patient demands, and have embraced the need to learn from other industries.
Case Study by
Rebecca Rogers, Haley Gardiner, Stephanie Nutt & Amy Young
How the Women’s Health Institute at The University of Texas at Austin designed their clinic to provide comprehensive, team-based, and patient-centered care for women.
Interpersonal medicine is not just about being nice — it’s about being effective.
Case Study by
Faina Linkov, Nicole Donnellan, Suketu Mansuria, John Comerci, Robert P. Edwards & Shalkar Adambekov
How an initiative designed to improve patient outcomes and satisfaction while containing costs led to sustainable change in surgical practice and physician behavior.
Insights Report by
NEJM Catalyst & University of Utah Health
An independent NEJM Catalyst report sponsored by University of Utah Health on patient involvement in quality measurement.
Susan Hassmiller & Ani Bilazarian
When patients and families are included in medical rounds as valued members of the team, the quality of care improves.
Rebekah S. M. Angove, Joseph Boselovic & Heather Sandoval
It’s important for providers to understand and apply the key principles foundational to patient-centered outcomes research efforts.
Anna De Simoni, Stephanie J. C. Taylor, Chris Griffiths, Pietro Panzarasa & Aziz Sheikh
Three proposed steps for integrating peer-driven online health communities with traditional services to improve health outcomes for people with chronic conditions.