To meet post-pandemic expectations of consumers, healthcare providers need a strategy for consumer-focused care processes, supported by consumer-friendly provider networks and enabling technology.
No, COVID statistics don’t look bad because the US does too much testing or because hospitals are attributing too many deaths to COVID
As I mentioned before, although I enjoy a good wager, my maximum bet is normally $1. Last week, my brother-in-law, the owner, operator and namesake
University of Illinois is using campus-level COVID model, mandatory frequent saliva testing, an army of contact tracers and dynamic policy to keep the campus safe
In a recent article in Nature, the COVID19 response for the University of Illinois at Urbana campus was detailed. Although a spike in cases reported
Introducing the Harm Index Minimization Strategy for COVID-19 pandemic response: Better than Flatten the Curve, Crush the Curve and Hammer and Dance strategies
In my last post, I described three helpful analogies — Forest Fire, Genie in the Bottle, and Trucker in the Mountains — that make it
A helpful analogy: Driving an 18-wheeler on a steep grade road from the top of Covid Susceptibility Mountain down to the Valley of Herd Immunity.
I recently had the opportunity to lead a series of discussions with leaders of government and health care organizations working to develop a COVID-19 pandemic
Henry Ford observational study that shows 66% in-hospital mortality reduction from hydroxychloroquine seems to be guilty of “heroic propensity score” problem
During the 1990s, I served as the director of the Center for Clinical Effectiveness at the Henry Ford Health System in Detroit. I was lucky
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EMR event log study shows 6 hrs of use per day, but implicitly belittles the clinician’s cognitive effort and the EMR’s support
In a recent paper in the Annals of Family Medicine by Brian Arndt and colleagues at the University of Wisconsin, the authors described the results
If repealing Obamacare is off the table, can we turn attention to improving it through cost-effective clinical protocols?
Paul Krugman recently wrote an article in the New York Times posing the question: if repealing Obamacare is off the table (for now), should people
Hospital Value-based Purchasing program 1% incentive is like homeopathic medicine — too diluted to actually work
In the June 15, 2017 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine, Andrew Ryan and colleagues from the University of Michigan published an evaluation