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Unfazed by Unbridled Medicare Advantage Spending
You know what’s a big number? 9.7 percent is a big number. That’s how much total national health… Read More
By January 5, 2022
COVID-19
What Revolutionary Healthcare Leaders Are Consuming: The Top 7 on 4sighthealth.com Since Mid-2021
Below find the top-consumed 4sight Health content from the second half of 2021, from your favorite revolutionary healthcare… Read More
By January 4, 2022
Policy
Why Reinventing Primary Care Starts with Patient Education
Everyone from healthcare incumbents to entrepreneurs to vertical integrators to new market entrants is trying to reinvent primary… Read More
By December 29, 2021
Outcomes
AHRQ Swings and Misses on New Patient Safety Report
As I’ve said before, healthcare providers know how to make patient care as safe as possible. They just… Read More
By December 22, 2021
Economics
Why Prescription Drug Affordability Matters
It’s pretty safe to say that if I had taken better care of myself in my 30s, 40s… Read More
By December 8, 2021
Economics
Why Cutting Out the Middleman Can Reduce Healthcare Spending
As I’ve said too many times to count, I’m not much for healthcare middlemen—distributors, benefits managers, wholesalers and… Read More
By December 1, 2021
Economics
CMS’ Progress to Cut Medicare Payment Mistakes Stalls as Insufficient Documentation Woes Continue
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, or for the purposes of this blog post, about… Read More
By November 24, 2021
Economics
Same Old, Same Old When It Comes to What Doctors Don’t Like
I’m late to the party on this one, but it’s a topic I like, so I’m going to… Read More
By November 17, 2021
Economics
The Future of Health Benefits and Health Literacy
Health benefits and how much people understand and pay for them are proxies for what’s most important for… Read More
By November 16, 2021
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