Keyword: New England Journal of Medicine
After she published a study about workplace sexual harassment in the medical field, Reshma Jagsi, M.D., began hearing stories from perfect strangers.
A record number of physicians are seeking certification in obesity medicine.
While value-based payment programs are a top strategic priority for payers, that doesn’t mean they’ve been easy to implement and sustain.
PinnacleHealth Medical Group was operating at a loss, so its parent system made changes to doctor contracts, clinic hours, scheduling and more.
There are several reasons why accountable care organizations may generate sluggish savings, according to a new study.
Brigham and Women's Hospital is taking a multipronged approach to engaging physicians in how to change and lead healthcare.
Incorporating the patient perspective into healthcare innovation can be a challenge, but several channels are showing promise.
Even as the U.S. turns toward value-based care models, it continues to undervalue primary care, argues an op-ed in NEJM.
The U.S. healthcare system has made great strides in its transition from volume to value, but a number of challenges remain.
Adjusting Medicare's readmissions reduction program to a hospitalwide measure would significantly increase penalties for safety-net hospitals.