2020 has been the year humankind has demonstrated resilience, hope, and courage. Small changes, like wearing face masks, have had a big impact. The small changes––including in medicine––have carried us through.
This retrospective study compared EOScalc clinical recommendations based on neonatal early onset sepsis (EOS) predictors and the infant’s clinical presentation with actual treatment administered by clinicians.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created stressors and challenges across all levels of health systems, as well as opportunities for innovation. Clinicians, designers, and architects can collaborate to help solve health care’s greatest challenges.
The thoughtful responses in our new two-minute question series show how health care can pivot even in small ways so that encounters with doctors are better for all concerned. Small change is feasible, practical, and powerful.
Personal stories and reflections from the front lines of health care as told by doctors, patients and others committed to "better health by design".
The JHD believes in "Better health by design." Read more about the physician's vision that started it all.
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