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Podcast: Bailing Out Hospitals and Health Systems 5/20/22
Hospitals and health systems say that they’re in a “precarious financial situation” and need more dollars from the… Read More
By May 20, 2022
Consumerism
Just Not That Into You (Price Transparency Rule)
By now, we all know that hospitals’ level of compliance with the new price transparency rule would not… Read More
By May 18, 2022
Policy
Hospital + Doctors = Higher Prices
I told you. Beware the vertically integrated employed physician. Maybe now you’ll believe me. A new study in Health… Read More
By May 11, 2022
Economics
Healthcare’s Roaring 2020s
Published May 4, 2022, on HLTH.com Read the in-depth article here.  The 1920s was a time of big… Read More
By and May 10, 2022
Economics
10 Things I Didn’t Know About Drugs and Drug Prices
I don’t know a lot about the pharmaceutical industry. Although I’ve been on the healthcare beat as a… Read More
By May 5, 2022
Economics
PE-Owned Hospitals Are Better at Something
Everyone’s favorite healthcare punching bag right now is private equity. I’ve taken my share of swings at PE-owned… Read More
By May 4, 2022
Economics
Cracks in the Foundation (Part 4): Overcoming U.S. Health Systems’ Brittle Business Model
U.S. health systems’ reliance on centralized, high-cost platforms (e.g., hospitals) to deliver routine care is baffling to me…. Read More
By May 3, 2022
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Economics
4sight Friday | How No Roe Could Disrupt Healthcare | Softening Healthcare’s Brittle Business Model | How PE Hospitals Fare Against the Competition
Read 4/29/2022 Edition here. Curated by David Burda, 4sight Health’s news editor and columnist. Columns here. Find 4sight Health… Read More
By April 29, 2022
Policy
Separate And Unequal (Part 1): Healthcare’s Profound Maldistribution of Facilities
Ready. Set. Stumble. As part of its announcement of payment guidelines for FY 2023, the Centers for Medicare… Read More
By April 28, 2022
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