‘Will It Work Here?’: Health Systems Need Contextual Evidence Before Adopting Innovations

‘Will It Work Here?’: Health Systems Need Contextual Evidence Before Adopting Innovations
Health systems are eager to learn about better ways to deliver care. This requires innovation—doing something differently from how it is currently done. In a recent Health Affairs article, Elizabeth McGlynn and Mark McClellan noted that innovations often …
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Health IT: Cybercrime risks are real
When computer hackers took control of the United Kingdom’s National Health Service using a virus known as “WannaCry,” doctors and nurses were left helpless, blocked from the files they would need to treat their patients until they paid to get them …
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Of Course Healthcare is Expensive. It’s a Monopoly.
One could probably list a thousand ways the healthcare system in the United States is flawed and anti-free market, but one of the more important aspects is rarely spoken of: the monopolization of the healthcare industry. For the last century, the American …
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