By neglecting mental and behavioral health, our society has made it virtually impossible to succeed in holistic health, and thus to improve health outcomes.
Allen S. Weiss
NCH Healthcare System’s success in lengthening life expectancy and improving health and happiness for its community while lowering health care costs for large employers is an example worth emulating.
Until we create an environment where diverse patients are considered participants as partners, the goals of individualized research, prevention, and treatment will be unrealized.
With a concerted effort that incorporates principles of understanding, engaging, and connecting with diverse communities, health care leaders can impact patients’ lives early on, preventing adverse conditions and improving outcomes.
Case Study by
Samantha Roy, Fernando Reyes, Sarah Himmelrich, Lauren Johnston & Dave A. Chokshi
A CMMI-supported interdisciplinary care team effort helped a safety-net system strengthen primary care engagement and identify unmet needs.
Roy A. Beveridge
Clinicians need to adopt a holistic approach to care, particularly for older patients with chronic and comorbid conditions.
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?
Onil Bhattacharyya, David Blumenthal & Eric C. Schneider
What are the best ways to introduce innovation capacity into your organization?
Reed V. Tuckson, Victor J. Dzau & Nicole Lurie
Recommendations for health and social service professionals to translate the compassion generated by aftereffects of natural disasters into tangible actions applicable to their own communities.
Studies have found that physicians spend nearly 30 hours per month working on the EHR in their homes — including morning and evening hours over the weekend.