Physicians must hone the “four Cs” — critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity — when leveraging AI as a new partner in their care teams.
What strategies and initiatives work best for sustaining teams within a department and across health care disciplines for effective coordination of care?
Insights Report by Sandra Gittlen
The NEJM Catalyst Insights Council discusses strategies for clinical engagement.
Clinician engagement is vital for improving clinical quality and patient satisfaction, as well as the job satisfaction of clinicians themselves. Yet nearly half of health care organizations are not very effective or not at all effective at clinician engagement.
Talk by John E. Jenrette
When moving health care providers forward in the world of value-based care and population health, everything must start with asking why.
Article by Kathleen McKee
Integrated Practice Units (IPUs) can revolutionize the care of specialty disease conditions, and Parkinson’s disease is a good place to start.
Article by Frank Opelka
The complexity associated with most surgery lends itself to the integrated practice unit structure, with its focus on the care team and value-based payment.
Article by Steven J. Scheinman & Jaewon Ryu
Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine subsidizes medical students’ education in exchange for their willingness to practice at Geisinger Health System.
Talk by Ari Robicsek
From measuring only what matters with the “give a darn” test to warnings about the streetlight effect and risk adjustment, here are six proposals for refining health care measurement.
Article by Susan J. Rehm, Katherine Bulava, Andrea Sikon, J. Harry Isaacson & Sumita B. Khatri
Cleveland Clinic formed the Practice Innovation and Professional Fulfillment Office to create and sustain an environment that allows clinicians and scientists to thrive through barrier removal, culture change, and support for personal well-being.