To address the rising cost of chronic conditions, health systems must find effective ways to get people to adopt healthier behaviors. A new person-centric approach to behavior change is likely to improve the odds of success.
By giving nurses more control over their work environment and more opportunities for professional advancement, hospitals and health systems can reduce nurse turnover, lower costs, and improve patient care.
As China is moving toward full enrollment of the population into basic medical insurance schemes, limitations of the public system become apparent. What roles can private insurers play to address unmet needs in China's evolving market?