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Consumerism
Death by Healthcare Knockoff
Knockoffs usually aren’t as good as the originals, whether they’re golf clubs, purses or pressure cookers. A new… Read More
By April 25, 2019
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Economics
Culture Change Isn’t a Natural for Healthcare Organizations
“We must begin by asking it, ‘What is losing?’  Losing is a disease. As contagious as polio.  Losing… Read More
By April 18, 2019
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Outcomes
Opioid Variations and State Interventions
Like companies in any other industry, when providers misbehave, it opens the door to state regulation of their… Read More
By March 28, 2019
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Innovation
Why Healthcare is Spinning Its VBR Wheels
It’s like preparing and serving a seven-course meal that your biggest customer ordered only to have the entire… Read More
By March 21, 2019
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Outcomes
MARKET CORNER CONVERSATIONS: Dr. Jonathan M. Zenilman, Johns Hopkins University
Hear how Dr. Zenilman’s residency at Kings College Hospital in the early 1980s, at the epicenter of the… Read More
By March 20, 2019
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Consumerism
The Strained Relationship Between Doctors and Patients – Burda on Healthcare
What if you walked into your doctor’s office and there was a sign hanging in the waiting room… Read More
By March 19, 2019
Innovation
4 Data Principles Healthcare Companies Need to Advance Care Delivery
What if the healthcare industry could use data as efficiently as Amazon? What if physicians could know the… Read More
By March 18, 2019
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Economics
Why Proponents Are Finding Innovative Health Plan Designs a Hard Sell
When your phone company or your cable provider offers you a new and innovative service plan, your immediate… Read More
By March 14, 2019
Outcomes
How to Provide Value-Based Care to Drive Customer Engagement
“Dr. Knows Best” is no longer the only sell healthcare companies can make to consumers. In post-reform healthcare,… Read More
By March 11, 2019
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