The HBR Innovation Center contains a collection of original articles and perspectives from health industry leaders, specially curated by Harvard Business Reviewand sponsored by Medtronic. This series focuses on innovative ways to deliver care to drive better outcomes, lower costs, and higher rates of patient satisfaction. Read and share.
By Prabhjot Singh, MD and Niyum Gandhi
The highest-need patients are the least likely to be heard.
…the simplest intervention: listening.
By A. James Bender and Robert S. Mecklenburg
It's about much more than record-keeping.
. . . the EMR can be applied to achieve safer, more effective, more affordable health care.
By Anil S Menon, Shannan Moynihan, Kathleen Garcia, and Ashot Sargsyan
Exploring new frontiers in health care.
Space exploration, again, may help create new solutions that will eventually enhance medical care on Earth.
By Allison Suttle
When the closest doctor is a three-hour drive away.
. . . these same tactics just might be of value to providers and patients in other settings . . .
By Dirk Deichmann and Roel van der Heijde
Patients want to talk about their treatment in different ways.
. . . personality plays an important role in human health.