Tag Archives: RWJF

CleanMed Europe LastDay: “Sustainable health system” definition : different here



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What does ‘sustainable’ mean. View on Flickr.com One that meets the needs of the present generation without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. Requires the reconciliation of economic, environmental and social demands – the ‘three pillars’ of sustainability of ‘the triple bottom line’ This is the best question – which » » » » on to the full article

CleanMed Europe Day2: Innovation, Technology, or Population Health, and PatientsIncluded



Day 2 was about changing models of care to support a more sustainable health care system, and the voice of the patient was heard, in the form of Andy Williamson (@BigBuzzard) Innovation Conference, Technology Conference, or Population Health conference? Yes. Today’s discussion was a lot less about carbon and more about new models of care, » » » » on to the full article

CleanMed Europe Day 1 : What is Health and what is Health Care here for?



Oxford, view on Flickr.com CleanMed Europe (@CleanMedEurope) is the only European conference on sustainability within the health care sector, addressing the environmental impact of the health care sector on a local, regional, and global level.  I’m here in Oxford, England because part of my role as a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Pioneer Portfolio (@PioneerRWJF) is to » » » » on to the full article

Shadowing (the people of the) Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Pioneer Portfolio



Shadowing in Princeton (View on Flickr.com) I have been a part of the first class of Pioneer Portfolio advisors for about 10 months now. It is itself a pioneer innovation, to expand the networks of the portfolio in a more hands-on way. I believe each of the six of us defined our own path during » » » » on to the full article

Community Health Needs Assessment includes the Environment, and Green Health Care Resources



After I had the opportunity to write this post on the Robert Wood Johnson Pioneering Ideas blog (see: Pioneering Idea: Your Patient’s Community Health Needs Assessment on the Desktop – Robert Wood Johnson Foundation), I learned courtesy of the Environmental Stewardship workgroup that I serve on at Kasier Permanente that one of the indicators in the » » » » on to the full article

Photo Friday: OpenNotes Summit Theatre, Washington, DC, USA



Brian Quinn, Farzad Mostashari, MD, Michael Meltser, JD, Tom Delbanco, MD, Jan Walker, RN I’ve written a bit about OpenNotes (@myopennotes) already, so I’d like this post to tell a story via photographs. At one point yesterday, another attendee said to me, “Ted, think about this as theatre,” which I did. You had: Health system CEO’s and other » » » » on to the full article

Now Reading: OpenNotes results are HERE – “little impact on doctors, 99% of patients recommended continuation”



Delbanco T, Walker J, Bell SK, Darer JD, Elmore JG. Inviting Patients to Read Their Doctors’ Notes : A Quasi-experimental Study and a Look Ahead. Annals of Internal Medicine. 2012;157(7) Goldzweig CL. Pushing the Envelope of Electronic Patient Portals to Engage Patients in Their Care. Annals of internal Medicine. 2012;157(7):525–526 Meltsner A. A Patient’s View » » » » on to the full article