June 2017

We know what happens when the health care system fails. But what happens when it works? We asked the experts about that and the challenge of addressing an ever-narrowing definition of "health care."

What If Health Care Worked?

We know what happens when the health care system fails. But what happens when it works? That’s the subject of this edition’s One Big Question.

BY Hannah Jane Collins

The Next Round of Reform

Fee-for-service doesn’t work. We don’t measure what matters. The definition of ‘health care’ is too narrow. And we’re getting to the party too late. How will we address these challenges? It starts with a consensus for change.

BY Kristin Tommey

Health Care Costs: How Did We Get Here?

Health care costs are at an all-time high and, despite a marked decrease in tobacco use, our country is far less healthy than it should be. What brought us to this point?

BY Kristin Tommey

The Next Class

Dell Med is entering its second year of enrollment. Meet four of the 50 students who will join the revolution.

BY Kristin Tommey

Go, Team! 3 Tips for Leading to Success

A simple, action-based approach to interaction with your colleagues can help everyone succeed. No C-suite — and no M.D. — required.

BY Martin Harris

Beyond the Books

One year in, Dell Med students are in the community, helping people who need it — and it’s making them better doctors.

BY Stephen Scheibal