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Market Corner Conversations: Amitabh Chandra, Harvard Business School
Amitabh Chandra, economist and the McCance Family Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School, joins David Johnson for Episode… Read More
By July 12, 2018
Lonnie & Cathy Quinn, Happy Medicare Advantage Members
Consumerism
Destination Medicare Advantage: Lonnie & Cathy’s Quest for Great Health Insurance
In 1993, the health insurance industry funded the legendary “Harry and Louise” campaign to mobilize public opinion against the… Read More
By and June 14, 2018
Economics
Pro-Market and Pro-Business: Not Always the Same, Particularly in Healthcare
Shortly after publishing Market vs. Medicine: America’s Epic Fight for Better, Affordable Healthcare in June 2016, I met with my… Read More
By June 6, 2018
Economics
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… Read More
By May 15, 2018
Economics
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)… Read More
By April 17, 2018
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Consumerism
Market Corner Conversations: Dr. Rushika Fernandopulle, Co-Founder & CEO, Iora Health
Rushika Fernandopulle, M.D., Co-Founder & CEO of Iora Health, joins David Johnson in Episode 6 of Market Corner… Read More
By April 4, 2018
Economics
Reimbursement Follows Respect: Leading States Pay to Address Social Determinants of Health
For too long, the “Social Determinants of Health” (SDH) have been the big elephant in the exam room…. Read More
By February 19, 2018
Economics
Fortress Healthcare Meanders Toward Value
There are more “suits” in downtown San Francisco each January for JP Morgan’s annual healthcare conference than the… Read More
By and January 31, 2018
Economics
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… Read More
By and January 17, 2018
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