NEJM Group has announced publication of its digital journal, NEJM Catalyst Innovations in Care Delivery, monthly beginning with the January 2021 issue, to double its frequency in response to audience interest and accommodate the large volume of high-quality manuscripts it receives.
The journal, from the publishers of the New England Journal of Medicine, was launched in December 2019 and published every two months. It features peer-reviewed content from health care leaders around the world and focuses on ideas to accelerate health care delivery transformation. NEJM Catalyst Innovations in Care Delivery is curated for an audience committed to improving patient outcomes, including clinicians, clinical leaders, health care executives, academics, and other key constituents.
Each issue includes long-form articles, case studies, expert commentaries, Insights Reports (with proprietary data and expert analysis), and interviews. Submitted articles are evaluated for originality, innovation, practicality, and scalability, and are peer-reviewed for clarity and rigor. The editors are guided by a distinguished editorial board of leaders from provider, payer, and technology organisations; academic institutions; and governing and policy bodies who ensure consistently exceptional quality.
Since the journal's launch, the impact of Covid-19 on health care delivery has been profound. While the public health crisis is still unfolding, NEJM Catalyst Innovations in Care Delivery serves as a valued resource for health care delivery executives and frontline workers who understand the need for rapid innovation, greater collaboration for accelerated learning, and agile implementation to address the new and complex problems caused by the pandemic.
Content in the January 2021 issue will address clinician wellness, organisational culture, the process of innovation, specialty care, data management, artificial intelligence/machine learning, and more.
Several distinct features of NEJM Catalyst add even more value for subscribers. Virtual events deliver thoughtful content-driven talks and panel discussions and are livestreamed internationally. Exclusive content and reports are drawn from its Insights Council, a qualified international group of more than 16,000 health care executives, clinical leaders, and clinicians, who contribute to monthly surveys.
Brought to you by Scope e-Knowledge Center, a trusted global partner for digital content transformation solutions - Abstracting & Indexing (A&I), Knowledge Modeling (Taxonomies, Thesauri and Ontologies), and Metadata Enrichment & Entity Extraction.Click here to read the original press release.