More clinics, better networks, competing teams
The New England Complex Systems Institute (NECSI) has produced an eight step proposal that uses network theory and other complexity-inspired principles to improve American healthcare. "The underlying principle is matching scale and complexity to task,” says NECSI President Yaneer Bar-Yam. He and colleagues wrote a paper titled "A Complex Systems Science Approach to Healthcare Costs and Quality.” Wired Magazine science writer Brandon Keim examines each of the proposals in his piece "How Complexity Science Could Help Fix Health Care.”
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