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Team Care

Teamwork makes the dream work. It takes the entire medical team of physicians, registered nurses, and medical specialists being on the same page. What strategies and initiatives work best for sustaining teams within a department and across disciplines for effective coordination of care?

Tom Lee Talk the Secret Sauce of Health Care Management

Leadership

The Secret Sauce of Health Care Management

Creating sustained change comes from a leader who does more than just inspire.

Tom Lee Talk the Secret Sauce of Health Care Management

Leadership

In Search of the Health Care Management Secret Sauce

Creating sustained change comes from a leader who does more than just inspire.

Patient Engagement

Better Communication Makes Better Physicians

How Adrienne Boissy and Cleveland Clinic are focusing on physician communication — and getting results.

Stephen Swensen08 talk clip still: Care Designed by Patients - Three Wishes

Patient Engagement

What If Our Care Were Designed by Patients?

Patients have only three wishes when it comes to how they want to be cared for, and they’re not as complicated as you might think.

Strongwater05_panel_clip_still: The Role of Social Networks in Preventing Burnout

Leadership II

The Role of Social Networks in Preventing Burnout

What’s the role of social networks in preventing burnout, and what can health care leaders do to grow those networks?

Leadership II

How Do You Identify and Develop Talent?

A young leader in cardiology interviews his former mentor, Christopher O’Connor, on what it means to be a good leader in medicine.

Care Redesign

Data Graphic: Real-Time Communication Is Key to Improving Post-Acute Care Transitions

The NEJM Catalyst Insights Council weighs in on the best opportunities for post-acute care transitions.

Leadership II

Engaging Clinicians: The UMMA Model of Primary Care Provider Satisfaction

How a community health center improved primary care provider satisfaction and retention from a 20% annual turnover rate to zero.

Panel Discussion Still: What Advice Would You Give a Premed Student?

Leadership II

What Advice Would You Give a Premed Student?

There’s a large chance new physicians will burn out, so how do we keep the next generation motivated?

Marc Harrison01_talk_still: Surviving - and Thriving - the Rapid Winds of Change in Healthcare

Leadership II

Surviving — and Thriving — in Rapid Change

What can the health care industry learn from the 1914 Endurance expedition? For one thing: bring everyone home alive.

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