NEHI October, 2018
Susan Dentzer

1. A health care system based on “Health Care Without Walls” could be construed as a system that came to people, meeting them where they are, in their homes, workplaces, or elsewhere in their communities—rather than
expecting people to always go to it. It would be a health-inducing system that worked to keep people as healthy as possible, and, if people became ill because the system had failed to prevent it, would recognize that as a failure.
It would also be as convenient and accessible as other elements of life that people now take for granted, such as sending money with an app on a mobile phone, or ordering groceries online.

2. NEHI, the Network for Excellence in Health Innovation, conducted a...