The U.S. health care system may seem broken, but it’s on its way to greatness, according to the authors of Health Care Reboot. They discuss their optimism for U.S. health care reform, particularly on the social determinants of health, payment, consumerism, and technology.
Teryl Nuckols, Scott Weingarten & Thomas M. Priselac
Academic medical centers must become as dedicated to advancing operational and clinical efficiency as they have been to advancing the science of medicine.
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.
David Lansky & Jeff Micklos
Care management should be payer-agnostic at its core.
Community health workers really do need to be from the community.
To what extent do health departments find the necessary community resources to solve public health problems, and to what extent do they need to build from scratch?
Lessons from a safety-net health system and the VA on how health systems can work to address the social determinants of health.
Interpersonal medicine is not just about being nice — it’s about being effective.
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.
Hospital systems can’t “just share information.” Transparency takes work. But what does that work involve?