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In times of crisis, you learn a lot more about an organization than you otherwise would. The Regional President of OptumCare discusses the large organization’s goal to become fully value based and how the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted its care providers in terms of payment models and other aspects of health care.…
 
Health care leaders must recognize that change comes quickly, says the CEO of Mayo Clinic, and from places they might not expect: technology, data, and consumerism. He also stresses the need to chip away at administrative and clerical burdens so that staff can focus on the tasks they truly enjoy.Por NEJM Group
 
The CEO of SSM Health notes that the organization is not just in the care delivery business and discusses an approach that involves the complex integration of elements beyond hospitals and physician practices to include home care and hospice, pharmacy benefit management, a generic drug company, a health plan, a direct-to-employer care model, and an…
 
Dartmouth-Hitchcock, a rural health system, serves patient populations over three states (and disparate payment models) but has been developing a regional model of care that strengthens local access to services for lower-acuity patients, while limiting the academic medical center to high-acuity patients.…
 
An orthopedist was one of an army of medical professionals called into the quarantine zone around Wuhan, China. He describes his role in treating patients with Covid-19 for more than a month, from the peak period of 10,000 new cases a day, to March 23, 2020, with no new confirmed cases for several days, and counting.…
 
George Diaz, MD, Medical Director for Antimicrobial Stewardship at Providence Regional Medical Center Everett in Washington state, describes the preparation, real-time decision-making, and implementation of a telehealth program to protect patients and staff alike.Por NEJM Group
 
Innovations in biomedical informatics and computational health informatics are creating opportunities to move from generic evidence-based medicine at the point of care to patient-specific medicine-based evidence. In addition, technology is opening patient engagement opportunities with smartphone apps, but there are some undesirable consequences to …
 
The former Executive Director of the Commonwealth Health Insurance Connector — a model for the Affordable Care Act and other state marketplaces — reflects on what worked, what didn’t, and what could be done differently in both Massachusetts and at the federal level.Por NEJM Group
 
For big tech companies like Amazon, Apple, and Google, the health care sector looks ripe for disruption. Two executives working in different parts of the health care ecosystem discuss what this means for patients and doctors, including the positives and unintended consequences.Por NEJM Group
 
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