Administrators, Executives, and Managers

Decisionmakers at health care organizations hold the keys to making consequential improvements in health care delivery and quality.


Moral Injury Awareness and Prevention in Healthcare Organizations: A Blueprint Informed by the COVID-19 Pandemic

Moral injury is lasting psychological and spiritual distress that stems from violating one’s values or feeling betrayed by a trusted institution...

Beyond Just a Supplement: Administrators' Visions for the Future of Virtual Primary Care Services

The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in unprecedented adoption and implementation of virtual primary care services, and little is known about whether...

More Than Just Giving Them A Piece of Paper: Interviews with Primary Care on Social Needs Referrals to Community-Based Organizations

Primary care practices are responding to calls to incorporate patients' social risk factors, such as housing, food, and economic insecurity, into...

A Missed Opportunity? How Health Care Organizations Engage Primary Care Clinicians in Formal Social Care Efforts

Health care organizations increasingly recognize the impact of social needs on health outcomes.

It’s Not Just the Right Thing...It’s a Survival Tactic: Disentangling Leaders’ Motivations and Worries on Social Care

Health care organizations face growing pressure to improve their patients’ social conditions, such as housing, food, and economic insecurity.