Inside Angle

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Conversations at the heart of moving health care forward.

Why patient engagement matters

At age 31, after completing his medical training as a family physician, Dr. Alan Glaseroff learned he had Type 1 diabetes. Determined to defy predictions of a shortened life, Dr. Glaseroff began a journey with his diabetes patients to test new ways of self-managing the condition. His pioneering work in patient engagement led him to the Stanford University School of Medicine where today he is developing a new model of care for high-cost, high-need patients. For those facing multiple chronic conditions, Dr. Glaseroff’s message is one of hope: It’s not where you start, but where you end up that matters.

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L. Gordon Moore, MD Senior Medical Director, Clinical Strategy and Value-based Care

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Finding a common language: Documentation and quality improvement

Health care is rich with specific language that clinicians use to avoid ambiguity. Inconsistent or confusing communication increases the possibility of poor patient care. In this episode, Dr. Geoffrey Rose […]

Payer-provider collaboration: What’s in it for consumers?

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Analyzing unstructured data to unmask cognitive impairment

What if clinicians could use technology to find early indicators of cognitive impairment hidden in the medical record? In this episode, Dr. Gordon Moore speaks with Andrea Gilmore-Bykovskyi, PhD, RN, […]

Social determinants: Changing our view of the patient

When Dr. David Buck developed clinics for Houston’s indigent population in the mid-1980s, he learned first hand that his patients needed social and behavioral supports outside of traditional medicine. Three […]

Getting credit for great work: Helping physicians improve documentation

For chief medical officers, a top focus is improving the quality and safety of patient care. When Dr. Gene Christian left his orthopedic practice for hospital administration, he expected to […]

Why patient engagement matters

At age 31, after completing his medical training as a family physician, Dr. Alan Glaseroff learned he had Type 1 diabetes. Determined to defy predictions of a shortened life, Dr. […]

Making the move from volume to value

In this episode, Dr. Gordon Moore talks with Mark Sonneborn, vice president, health information and analytics with the Minnesota Hospital Association (MHA) about the shift from volume-based reimbursement to value-based […]

Machine learning and clinical care: Extracting the signal from the noise

By 2020, medical knowledge will double every 73 days. Can innovative technologies like machine learning and natural language processing (NLP) analyze and curate all that knowledge to help clinicians drowning […]

Physician burnout: How can we improve the work of care?

In this episode, Dr. Gordon Moore talks with Dr. Christine Sinsky, Vice President for Professional Satisfaction with the American Medical Association (AMA) and a national leader in studying the connection […]

Caring for the caregivers

What gets between people and better health outcomes? Many initiatives have been launched to improve the health of patient populations, but when it comes to the health of the healthcare […]

On the frontlines of collaborative care

When a patient’s chronic conditions are compounded by depression, it’s a recipe for adverse outcomes and high healthcare costs. Dr. Paul Ciechanowski, a national leader in developing evidence-based models of collaborative care describes a new way forward.

So Many Measures

How do we develop quality measures that help improve care outcomes without creating more work for physicians? Dr. Michael Barr of the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) discusses the drive to create measures that are timely and relevant.