Innovation Digest – March 2022 Vol. 2

I’m most interested in organizations and ideas that demonstrate how change must and can occur in health care. The constant focus on equity, patient-centeredness, and priorities such as mental health and infection prevention is evidence that we all know where our efforts should emphasize action. The “how” is challenging, but starting with intention is critical, as is establishing accountability for all stakeholders to do the right thing.

In this issue:

  • Health Care Value Through The Lens Of Patients’ Well-Being
  • On Rare Disease Day – And Every Day – Let’s Fight For Those Who Can’t Fight For Themselves
  • Strategies to Improve Inclusivity and Diversity of Patients in Research Governance
  • Rediscovering a language of healing that doesn’t require ‘cure’
  • Here’s what experts say Biden gets right in his new mental health plan
  • State by state, here’s how well schools are doing at supporting kids’ mental health
  • The role of integrated medical and prescription drug plans in addressing racial and ethnic disparities in medication adherence
  • Implementation of an Antibiotic Stewardship Program in Long-term Care Facilities Across the US
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