Eric C. Schneider & David Squires
The United States could achieve the best-performing health care system in the world by undertaking coordinated efforts that address four challenges.
Jay Bhatt & Elisa Arespacochaga
Providers have a large role to play in tackling the opioid overdose epidemic, but they can’t go it alone.
It’s ironic that just when clinicians feel that there’s no time in their daily routines for thinking, the need for deep thinking is more urgent than ever.
Mark R. Depman
Will applying the RCA rubric to hospital admissions better help define and manage care?
Systems medicine has given us powerful tools for changing how we think about health care.
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Christine S. Ritchie, Bruce Leff & Martha L. Twaddle
What are the overlapping provider skill sets needed to care for homebound patients?
The Personalized Perfect Care Bundle: Making quality metrics easier to understand and more patient-centered.
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Mary Zutter, Julie Field & Gordon Bernard
Can a formulary system help to prioritize cost-effective lab tests in the same way it has done for prescription drugs?
The NEJM Catalyst Insights Council weighs in on the best opportunities for post-acute care transitions.