September 13, 2018
Regardless of its effects on decision-making, if patients perceive a quid pro quo between a physician and a pharmaceutical company (for example), trust has already been chipped away.
July 23, 2018
The 2018 Forum goals are to examine ways to build and nurture trust against a backdrop of political and social turmoil, and all-time lows in Americans’ trust in institutions across society.
June 25, 2018
We need to study the fear factor in American medicine, particularly as it pertains to perceived versus actual instances of litigation.
April 10, 2018
Per a recent JAMA article, overutilization hasn’t proven to be a main driver of high health care spending in the U.S. as it compares to other countries. But does that mean we should leave that out of the equation altogether?
March 12, 2018
I have been travelling almost non-stop for a month now, visiting with thought leaders across the country and talking with them about the concept of trust in health care. My sometimes traveling companion Dr. Richard Baron and I have had multiple discussions with others around the dimensions of trust, including competency, integrity and trustworthiness. During... Read more »
February 23, 2018
Finding ways to drive more conversations about Choosing Wisely will create greater opportunities for success.
January 25, 2018
In health care, large shifts in quality have often depended on trustful relationships among health care stakeholders.
December 14, 2017
Over the last five years, the ABIM Foundation has learned valuable lessons from our experience engaging dozens of health systems, physician practices, and medical education and training programs with the Choosing Wisely® campaign. We believe many of lessons learned can help inform the model of change that CMMI is seeking.
October 30, 2017
Choosing Wisely appealed to the professionalism of physicians and other clinicians as articulated in the Physician Charter on Medical Professionalism, which included a commitment to manage health care resources.
April 25, 2017
The winners of the 2016 John. A. Benson Jr., MD Professionalism Article Prize were announced on April 25, and for the seventh year in a row I am pleased to see such high-quality pieces exploring professional behaviors and values as they apply to present-day health care.