Self-dialysis patients enjoy far lower mortality and hospitalization rates and far better attitudes about treatment. But there are hard limits to its adoption.
Elizabeth Harry, Read G. Pierce, Patrick Kneeland, Grace Huang, Jason Stein & John Sweller
If we recognize and address the limits of brainpower, we can become better caregivers.
NEJM Catalyst Insights Council members call for integration of mental and behavioral health services with primary care.
Using the “Choosing Wisely” campaign against low-value care as a model for addressing health care disparities.
How daily huddles have played a key role in Advocate Health Care’s journey toward zero serious safety events by 2020.
CareMore offers an early look at its program built on the premise that human interaction and engagement can have a positive impact on the lives of our lonely elders.
Harpreet S. Sood, David W. Bates, John D. Halamka & Aziz Sheikh
Accurately matching patients with their records will save money and improve care.
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.