NEJM April, 2021
Edward Prewitt, MPP, Namita Seth Mohta, MD, Lisa Gordon & Thomas H. Lee, MD, MSc

The April 2021 issue of NEJM Catalyst Innovations in Care Delivery shows health care leaders and clinicians responding to the Covid-19 pandemic and patient needs. 


The April 2021 issue of NEJM Catalyst Innovations in Care Delivery focuses on Covid-19 and social needs simultaneously, machine learning to identify high-need patients, a new model to help unpaid caregivers, home care for patients recovering from surgery, pointing low-income families toward tax credits, advance care planning, and nurse leadership.

The Covid-19 pandemic has overwhelmed public health systems across much of the world, even in countries with robust primary care. In the United States, where public health departments are operated by states and municipalities...

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