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The New York Times
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August 29, 2017

How to provide long-term care for a fast-aging population poses one of the more convoluted challenges of the American labor market. Care providers — home health aides, personal care attendants and certified nursing assistants, in the government’s classification — are expected to be among the nation’s fastest-growing occupations.

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From
The New York Times
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July 24, 2017

“We found that hospitals’ patient satisfaction scores are useful signals of quality, which surprised me to some extent,” said Joseph Doyle, an economist at M.I.T. and one of the study’s authors. “Hospitals with more satisfied patients have lower mortality rates, as well as lower readmission rates.”

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From
MIT Sloan News
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March 27, 2017
Research from MIT Sloan Professor Joe Doyle links quality to lower readmissions, mortality rates. Read the article
From
MIT Sloan Newsroom
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March 16, 2017

The healthcare industry is going through a massive transformation as its emphasis shifts from transactional care for sick patients to continuous health management of patient populations. This transformation requires the development of new technologies, businesses, and clinical models as well as the emergence of new players in the healthcare industry. 

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MIT Sloan News
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February 24, 2017
Andy Plump on the danger of isolation and the willingness to temper passion. Read the article

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