Harvard Business Review on Thursday launched Reinventing Health Care, an email newsletter that focuses on how management can improve health care.
The two senior editors behind HBR’s health care coverage, Steve Prokesch and Gardiner Morse, will curate best practices and new ideas for addressing perennial challenges in the industry, from clinician burnout to patient safety, and contextualize timely issues such as changes to the Affordable Care Act and the debate over value-based care.
This project is an expansion of HBR’s coverage of how management concepts such as strategy, leadership, and innovation are essential for improving health care.
HBR has built up a diverse list of expert contributors, including academic researchers and leading practitioners in the field, resulting in pieces from people such as Michael Porter of Harvard Business School, Dr. John Noseworthy of Mayo Clinic, Carla Small of Boston Children’s Hospital, and Dr. David Blumenthal of the Commonwealth Fund.
“We believe bringing the best management ideas together with the most innovative ideas in health care can help leaders at all levels – from hospital executives to frontline physicians,” said HBR.org editor Maureen Hoch in a statement.
Reinventing Health Care is free.