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January 25, 2022
David W. Johnson Bryan Cloncs
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Cain Brothers House Calls Podcast: Building The Last Mile to the Patient

All Roads Lead to Value, Part IV: Building The Last Mile to the Patient

On our last talk on the road to value, Cain Brothers’ Managing Director Bryan Cloncs and host David Johnson, CEO of 4sight Health, cross the digital bridge to patient communication and connection, and gaze toward the future of true patient engagement and tech-enabled consumer-focused healthcare. Cain Brothers is a division of KeyBanc Capital Markets.

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This is the final of four in our series on the transition to value-based care models for providers. Risk-based (also known as value-based) payment models, pro-market regulations, new competitors, technology advances and rising consumerism are combining to place enormous pressure on the healthcare industry to deliver better outcomes at lower costs with better customer experience. Look at the technologies and strategies that provider organizations increasingly rely on to connect with patients and improve access, communication, convenience, and administrative performance.

Read the related commentary here.

Read this 4-topic series and listen to Cain Brothers House Calls episodes with the authors.

  • All Roads Lead to Value Part I: Which Road(s) Should a Health System Take? commentary, podcast
  • All Roads Lead to Value Part II: Positioning Physicians to Manage Care Risk commentary, podcast
  • All Roads Lead to Value Part III: Making Inroads in Rural America commentary, podcast
  • All Roads Lead to Value Part IV: Building The Last Mile to the Patient commentary, podcast

About the Authors

David W. Johnson

David Johnson is the CEO of 4sight Health, an advisory company working at the intersection of healthcare strategy, economics, innovation. Johnson is a healthcare thought leader, keynote speaker, and strategic advisor to organizations busting the status-quo to reform our healthcare system. He is the author of Market vs. Medicine: America’s Epic Fight for Better, Affordable Healthcare, and his second book, The Customer Revolution in Healthcare: Delivering Kinder, Smarter, Affordable Care for All (McGraw-Hill 2019). As a speaker, Dave plays the role of rebel, challenger, industry historian, investor and company evaluator to push audiences forward. (Watch bio video.) Johnson applies his 25+ years of investment banking in healthcare to identify ways the healthcare industry must change to deliver better care. He received a Masters in Public Policy from Harvard Kennedy School, an English degree from Colgate University, and served in the African Peace Corp service. Join over 10k+ healthcare executives who read our weekly insights and commentary on www.4sighthealth.com. His third book, Less Healthcare, More Health: The Prescription for a Happier, More Equitable and Productive America, will publish in 2024.

Bryan Cloncs

Bryan Cloncs is a Managing Director focused on mergers & acquisitions and capital raising for clients in the healthcare information technology (HCIT) industry, including technology-enabled businesses to health systems, physician groups and other healthcare providers, and payers. Bryan joined Cain Brothers in 2011 and has 13 years of experience in a variety of M&A, capital raising, and strategic advisory transactions. Prior to joining Cain Brothers, Bryan was with Piper Jaffray’s Financial Restructuring Group. Bryan graduated with honors from Purdue University with a BS in Industrial Engineering and earned an MBA from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business.

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