Here’s four different examples of health systems innovating for improvements in patient safety.
There are many obstacles keeping us from integrating the social determinants of health into healthcare. But where do we start with addressing them? Our team outlines the top priority.
The COVID-19 pandemic has spread throughout the globe and the United States and exposed the fragile state of our healthcare system, specifically in underserved communities.
Outcomes research combined with health economics provides data and insights to help inform and guide healthcare-related decision-making, focused on providing the best outcomes for the most people.
Perfecting the right combination of people, innovative thinking and protocols involved is critical to reducing infant mortality. With more ways to support women before, during and after pregnancy, there is increased potential for improved outcomes and eliminating health disparities.
Explore six ways to expand the potential of telehealth, with insights on barriers, benefits and best practices.
Our guest writer shares how blockchain and distributed applications can help provide patients with control of their health records and the ability to grant access to providers at the point of care.
Women’s health innovation holds massive potential to break the barriers contributing to health disparities, but it’s taken a while to reign in more focus on the topic. Here’s why.
In a challenging environment, health systems are leveraging a variety of information and technology tools to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
While virtual reality for pain management and training are compelling, our guest writer shares why social virtual reality—especially in this time of social distance—is the most exciting application for healthcare VR.
Roles are shifting in the healthcare system, uprooting the traditional doctor-patient relationship. Explore perspectives about how doctors and patients have the opportunity to build collaborative partnerships.
The Importance of Disease Burden Considerations in Health Technology Development and Assessment of Self-Management Systems for Chronic Disease Patients
This OJNI article discusses how, for different chronic conditions, it is increasingly recognized that health technology and self-management systems can be of great use in helping assist the patient.