Jordan Feltes, Michael Push & Avik Som
One behavioral health provider pilots cost-effective outreach to patients with SUD that checks up on their recovery, triages needs, and facilitates communication.
The CEO of Virginia Mason on facilitating and enhancing patient participation in care.
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Karl Koenig & David Ring
The opening of a new medical school provided impetus to restructure musculoskeletal services to give the safety-net population timely access to needed specialty care.
Self-dialysis patients enjoy far lower mortality and hospitalization rates and far better attitudes about treatment. But there are hard limits to its adoption.
What if health care were designed so that in-person visits were the second, third, or even last option for meeting routine patient needs, rather than the first?
Will personalized interventions transform how we improve an individual’s health? A frequent-flier expert believes that it will.
Social networks — both face-to-face and virtual — have been shown to positively impact behaviors such as weight loss and smoking cessation. Is the health care industry ready to more widely leverage this mechanism for increasing healthy behaviors among patients?
The real value in health care systems is in human interactions.
Kamal Jethwani & Jodi Sperber
And if we are not truly empowering patients, what exactly should we be striving for?
The most humane experiences happen when we meet patients where they are by designing the types of touch points they want and need.