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One-on-one interviews with leaders in health care, providing perspectives on what’s working in the industry, what’s not, and why. Find more about us at http://catalyst.nejm.org.

Latest Episodes

Looking to the Future to Prepare for Covid-19’s Second Wave

A physician and researcher in China for the Covid-19 pandemic, Ewelina Biskup, MD, MPH, discusses that experience, and calls for a big data collection and analysis effort to address the many unanswered questions about the virus.

--APR 15
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Looking to the Future to Prepare for Covid-19’s Second Wave

Covid-19 Message from Milan: Be Ahead of the Curve. You Cannot Wait.

An orthopedic surgeon from Italy’s hard-hit Lombardy region discusses how he and his community have been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, and shares lessons learned.

--APR 7
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Covid-19 Message from Milan: Be Ahead of the Curve. You Cannot Wait.

A Month in the Quarantine Zone: Fighting Covid-19 in Wuhan

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.

--MAR 31
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A Month in the Quarantine Zone: Fighting Covid-19 in Wuhan

Insights on the Role of Technology and Leadership in Covid-19 Care Delivery, from the Team that Treated America’s First Case

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.

--MAR 27
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Insights on the Role of Technology and Leadership in Covid-19 Care Delivery, from the Team that Treated America’s First Case

Learnings from Mayo Clinic’s Methods for Scaling a Coordinated and Comprehensive Plan for Covid-19

How Mayo Clinic created and disseminated an enterprise-wide Covid-19 care delivery plan through existing resources and real-time updates and adaptations.

--MAR 19
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Learnings from Mayo Clinic’s Methods for Scaling a Coordinated and Comprehensive Plan for Covid-19

The CEO’s Role in Leading — and Balancing — an Integrated Delivery System

Spectrum Health’s CEO discusses the importance of focusing on the consumer in addressing priorities, rather than favoring by default either the payer or provider side of the business.

--FEB 19
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The CEO’s Role in Leading — and Balancing — an Integrated Delivery System

Short-Term Loss, Long-Term Gain: Encouraging Bottom-Up Ideas That Revise the Value Equation

Intermountain Healthcare CEO Marc Harrison, MD, offers an update on Intermountain One, an initiative that encourages bottom-up ideas to improve clinical quality and patient experience. He also shares insights from his own experience as a patient.

--FEB 11
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Short-Term Loss, Long-Term Gain: Encouraging Bottom-Up Ideas That Revise the Value Equation

Informatics Innovations: How to Achieve “Medicine-Based Evidence”

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 consider.

--JAN 27
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Informatics Innovations: How to Achieve “Medicine-Based Evidence”

Exploring the Overlap Between Public Health and Population Health, and the Potential for Public/Private Partnerships

Mandy Cohen discusses the need for integration between public and private sector health entities in order to achieve common goals and shared financial responsibility to “buy health” for whole-person care of populations.

--JAN 7
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Exploring the Overlap Between Public Health and Population Health, and the Potential for Public/Private Partnerships

A True Learning Health Care System

The CMO of HCA Healthcare on lessons for approaching long-term change on enormous scale.

--2019 DEC 10
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A True Learning Health Care System

Latest Episodes

Looking to the Future to Prepare for Covid-19’s Second Wave

A physician and researcher in China for the Covid-19 pandemic, Ewelina Biskup, MD, MPH, discusses that experience, and calls for a big data collection and analysis effort to address the many unanswered questions about the virus.

--APR 15
Comments
Looking to the Future to Prepare for Covid-19’s Second Wave

Covid-19 Message from Milan: Be Ahead of the Curve. You Cannot Wait.

An orthopedic surgeon from Italy’s hard-hit Lombardy region discusses how he and his community have been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, and shares lessons learned.

--APR 7
Comments
Covid-19 Message from Milan: Be Ahead of the Curve. You Cannot Wait.

A Month in the Quarantine Zone: Fighting Covid-19 in Wuhan

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.

--MAR 31
Comments
A Month in the Quarantine Zone: Fighting Covid-19 in Wuhan

Insights on the Role of Technology and Leadership in Covid-19 Care Delivery, from the Team that Treated America’s First Case

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.

--MAR 27
Comments
Insights on the Role of Technology and Leadership in Covid-19 Care Delivery, from the Team that Treated America’s First Case

Learnings from Mayo Clinic’s Methods for Scaling a Coordinated and Comprehensive Plan for Covid-19

How Mayo Clinic created and disseminated an enterprise-wide Covid-19 care delivery plan through existing resources and real-time updates and adaptations.

--MAR 19
Comments
Learnings from Mayo Clinic’s Methods for Scaling a Coordinated and Comprehensive Plan for Covid-19

The CEO’s Role in Leading — and Balancing — an Integrated Delivery System

Spectrum Health’s CEO discusses the importance of focusing on the consumer in addressing priorities, rather than favoring by default either the payer or provider side of the business.

--FEB 19
Comments
The CEO’s Role in Leading — and Balancing — an Integrated Delivery System

Short-Term Loss, Long-Term Gain: Encouraging Bottom-Up Ideas That Revise the Value Equation

Intermountain Healthcare CEO Marc Harrison, MD, offers an update on Intermountain One, an initiative that encourages bottom-up ideas to improve clinical quality and patient experience. He also shares insights from his own experience as a patient.

--FEB 11
Comments
Short-Term Loss, Long-Term Gain: Encouraging Bottom-Up Ideas That Revise the Value Equation

Informatics Innovations: How to Achieve “Medicine-Based Evidence”

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 consider.

--JAN 27
Comments
Informatics Innovations: How to Achieve “Medicine-Based Evidence”

Exploring the Overlap Between Public Health and Population Health, and the Potential for Public/Private Partnerships

Mandy Cohen discusses the need for integration between public and private sector health entities in order to achieve common goals and shared financial responsibility to “buy health” for whole-person care of populations.

--JAN 7
Comments
Exploring the Overlap Between Public Health and Population Health, and the Potential for Public/Private Partnerships

A True Learning Health Care System

The CMO of HCA Healthcare on lessons for approaching long-term change on enormous scale.

--2019 DEC 10
Comments
A True Learning Health Care System
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