Posts Tagged: healthcare providers

Superhero Healthcare (Part 2): Already Here; Growing Fast; Payment-Driven

Part I of Superhero Healthcare identified several bright spots within American healthcare where liberated caregivers deliver appropriate, efficient care to engaged patients; where the interests of health companies and their customers align; and where compassion, […]
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Superhero Healthcare (Part 1): Liberating America’s Caregivers and Patients!

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Most weekends in America, long lines form outside cineplexes as ardent fans of DC and Marvel Comics catch the latest iterations on the big screen. Since the dawn of motion […]
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MARKET CORNER CONVERSATIONS: DR. TOBY COSGROVE

Toby Cosgrove, M.D., former CEO of the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, joins David Johnson in Episode 7 of Market Corner Conversations. Dr. Cosgrove shares how he built a culture of empathy […]
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Mission First: Mission Health’s Surprising Sale to HCA

On March 22nd, Mission Health in Asheville, North Carolina announced its intention to sell its seven-hospital not-for-profit (NFP) health system to HCA Healthcare, the nation’s largest for-profit healthcare system. The […]
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Scaling Relationship-Based Care: “Different Spokes (Care Models) for Different Folks”

In 1970, Marcus Welby, MD became ABC Television’s first show to top network television ratings. Dr. Welby was a cheerful family practice physician with a soothing bedside manner who was […]
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Market Corner Conversations: Mike Pykosz, Oak Street Health

In Episode 4 of Market Corner Conversations, Mike Pykosz, CEO of Oak Street Health, shares the bottom-up approach Oak Street takes toward its Medicare Part B members. Oak Street creates […]
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Upsizing Dentistry: Putting More Bite into Primary Care

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Quad/Graphics, the American printing company, was founded near Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1971 by a husband and wife team. Harry and Betty Quadracci saw advantages in a family approach to doing […]
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Platforming Healthcare: Owning Hospitals Is So 2015

The news that Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JP Morgan Chase joined forces to create their own healthcare company rocked the industry. The ten largest health insurers and pharmacy businesses lost […]
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Is Tax-Exemption Necessary? Enlightened Health Systems Should Consider the Unthinkable

 In the mid-1800s, English philosopher and political economist John Stuart Mill developed “Utilitarianism,” a framework for making moral decisions. In Mill’s formulation, an action achieves optimal social utility when it […]
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Two Runners, Two Countries, Two Emergencies: You Decide

For over a decade I’ve plodded up and down the Chicago lakefront with the same group of idiotic runners. Through wind, sun, snow and rain we babble about anything that […]
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