Posts tagged complex adaptive systems
Three Core Obstacles to Improving Social Determinants of Health

Healthcare is ideally positioned to catalyze the critical reorganization necessary to improve social determinants of health to help both healthcare and education succeed. But improvement will require systems and thinking that are focused on the whole more than the parts being changed.

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Multi-System Problems Need Multi-System Solutions

Communities are complex, and their problems represent multiple system failures. To improve community health, we should be taking an equally multifaceted approach to interventions – the second of four principles that together form a better system for addressing social determinants of health.

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Creating a market that values health

It is clear there is opportunity to leverage the $2.7 trillion in capital spent on medical care in the United States. Healthcare’s value is in its purpose – better outcomes. Healthcare needs a marketplace capable of ensuring that this purpose remains the primary driver of its business success.

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