NEJM April, 2021
Frederick P. Cerise, MD, MPH, Brett Moran, MD, Philip P. Huang, MD, MPH & Kavita P. Bhavan, MD, MHS

The Covid-19 pandemic illustrates how responsibility for activities of distinct elements of the health care universe can overlap or even shift. Leaders need to explore more opportunities for efficiencies and innovations in the coalescence of acute care and population health — before the next pandemic.


Health care leaders in Dallas County, Texas, are bringing together population-level public health and patient-level individual care by rethinking the roles of care delivery. While such initiatives are not new, the coronavirus pandemic creates an impetus to accelerate such efforts. Leaders...

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