The digital transformation of healthcare is following a similar trajectory as the digital transformation of other industries.
Findings highlight inefficiencies, as well as solutions to make healthcare more affordable.
Teams aim to design integrated healthcare delivery and payment reforms that address the social determinants of health.
An innovative effort to address nonmedical drivers of health.
WHO report shows there is global progress in expanding access to healthcare, but the overall pace of progress is slowing, and poorer countries still lag behind.
Their role in meeting patients’ social needs is likely to increase as more take on accountability for cost under payment reform.
The initiative in Upstate New York links underserved individuals to providers and CBOs.
A UCLA study has found that several measures of health equity have declined over time.
While healthcare is often taken for granted in urban communities, many rural populations struggle to access care. Here’s how one healthcare organization addresses rural impediments and their effects on health.
Growing up in in Limerick, Ireland, Michael J. Dowling admits his family situation was a little complicated—his mother was deaf and his father suffered from heart disease and arthritis. Read more about his early life and what led to his rise in healthcare.