Co-authored with Jeff Jones, Chief Commercial and Strategy Officer for Conifer Health Solutions.
Co-authored with John Kerins, Director in Cain Brother’s Corporate M&A Advisory practice.
Our subject is health - both the health of the global economy, and the health of its global citizens. Each is dependent on the other, especially in a world where healthcare expenditures continue to rise. According to the World Bank, they average ten percent of GDP and are nearly double that in the US.
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EconVue interviews Kathryn Ibata-Arens, Vincent de Paul Professor of Political Science & Director of the Global Asian Studies Program at DePaul University. Her new book has just been published by Stanford Press: Beyond Technonationalism, Biomedical Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Asia.
Written by David Burda, News Editor & Columnist of 4sight Health.
“We must begin by asking it, ‘What is losing?’ Losing is a disease. As contagious as polio. Losing is a disease. As contagious as syphilis. Losing is a disease. As contagious as bubonic plague. Attacking one but infecting all. But curable.”—Dr. Knobb addressing the New York Knights in The Natural.
Co-authored with Siddhartha Aneja.
American healthcare patients are demanding more price transparency, affordable services and quality care. Why are they not receiving it? How can healthcare organizations listen to consumers and set themselves up for success and achieve patient loyalty?
Americans are used to Fee-For-Service (FFS) payments, but this is not the future of healthcare. To make customers happy and satisfied, healthcare organizations need to work patients to improve their payment experience.
It’s like preparing and serving a seven-course meal that your biggest customer ordered only to have the entire menu change between the salad and the main course. That’s what it must feel like for hospitals and doctors dealing with the ever-changing value-based reimbursement programs from Medicare.
That thought came to mind when reading the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission’s latest annual March report to Congress. The 531-page tome makes all kinds of recommendations to the federal legislative branch on how to improve the government’s health insurance program for seniors.