Christopher Myers co-authored a Harvard Business Review article on health care and patient outcomes
June 24, 2017
Christopher Myers co-authored, “When health care providers look at problems from multiple perspectives, patients benefit” in the Harvard Business Review.
The authors argue that health care in the U.S. needs to be transformed to include “more-effective communication and collaboration among the various members of care teams.” Both a clinical and social lens should be applied to patient care in order to improve outcomes.
Myers is a faculty affiliate at the Center for Positive Organizations and assistant professor at Carey Business School, Johns Hopkins University. His research and teaching focus on individual learning, leadership development, and innovation, with particular attention to how people learn vicariously and share knowledge in healthcare organizations and other knowledge-intensive work environments.