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Why Primary Care Doctors Must Step Up, Not Back, During The Coronavirus Crisis


When it became clear that the novel coronavirus would soon arrive here in the United States, I asked my father, James Chen, who founded ChenMed mor

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Changing Patient Outcomes Using Choosing Wisely


Each year, an estimated 40 percent of older adul

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Why the Camden Coalition Couldn’t Break the Cycle of Hospital Readmissions


Losing weight just by taking a pill. Good grades just by learning a memorization trick.

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Big Tech Still Has More to Learn Before It Can Help Fix Our Broken Healthcare System


To the behemoth tech companies, the $3.6 trillion America spends on healthcare looks like a “golden goose.” In need of ways to push their trillion-

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Addressing Multiple Chronic Conditions Through Value-Based Care


It’s a startling statistic: The sickest 5 percent of people in the United States consume an estimated 50 percen

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Grappling with Obesity: Strategies that Work


It’s one thing to talk about the worldwide obesity epidemic, but it’s another to look at the staggering numbers.

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What Lessons Can The Healthcare Industry Learn From One of the Most Despised Industries


The healthcare industry is at a crossroads and hospital leaders face a big choice.

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How a Value-Based Care Model Helps Reduce Physician Burnout


The rising toll of burnout among doctors has aroused growing alarm among healthcare leaders in recent years.

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