The U.S.’s approach to its Strategic National Stockpile needs to be overhauled before the next pandemic. Here’s how.
Using AI and simulations in health care can help doctors better serve patients.
Sam Ransbotham and Shervin Khodabandeh
Effective teams depend on mutually reinforcing functional and cultural change processes.
Michael Anne Kyle, Emma-Louise Aveling, and Sara J. Singer
Burdened by an overabundance of KPIs, the health care sector can look to machine learning to force a focus on the metrics that matter most.
Michael Schrage and David Kiron
Unlikely collaborators are teaming up to provide higher-quality, lower-cost services.
Regina E. Herzlinger, interviewed by Steven C. DeMaio
Harvard Business School’s Regina Herzlinger examines collaboration and innovation in health care.
Regina Herzlinger, interviewed by Steven DeMaio
One health care provider looks to bring artificial intelligence to patient care.>
John Glaser (Cerner Corp.), interviewed by Gerald C. Kane
Health care companies are using digital tools to put doctors’ focus back on patients.
Chris Cotteleer (Schumacher Clinical Partners), interviewed by Gerald C. Kane
Fuse pairs engineers and scientists with providers and patients to improve health care.
Brent Stutz (Fuse by Cardinal Health), interviewed by Gerald C. Kane
U.S. veterans are helping customize medicine through big data that will unravel the role of genes in health and disease.