Pulse: Industry


The US Tax System Cannot Finance Medicare for All

Medicare for All remains the most contentious and consequential issue for 2020 Democrats. It’s easy to see why.  

Unrelenting Margin Pressures: Overcoming Healthcare’s Softening Revenues and Rising Expenses

Co-authored with Jeff Jones, Chief Commercial and Strategy Officer for Conifer Health Solutions.

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Commercializing Breakthrough Drugs In a Value-Based Market

Co-authored with John Kerins, Director in Cain Brother’s Corporate M&A Advisory practice.

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Report Card on the Health of the World Economy: EconVue Spotlight

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. 

Hale Podcast: The Coming Customer Revolution in Health Care

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Hale Podcast: Kathryn Ibata-Arens on Technonationalism

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.

Core PCE Inflation Lull Should Be Short-Lived

FMI’s commentary on this morning’s “shockingly low” 19Q1 core PCE deflator.

Culture Change Isn't a Natural for Healthcare Organizations

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.

Who Owns Americans’ Personal Information and What Is It Worth?

Co-authored with  Siddhartha Aneja.

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