July 5, 2022
Favorite Revolutionary Content, 2022
Check out your peers’ favorites so far this year. Consider it your summer reading list from 4sight Health.
David W. Johnson and Ricky Ng of Cain Brothers look at innovative MSK companies offering earlier, more accurate diagnoses and more appropriate, less invasive therapies. More.
In Steve Klasko’s first commentary for the 4sight Health community, he uses popular music to prompt progressive action on healthcare’s thorniest issues: decentralizing care delivery; perverse economics; human-machine collaboration; health disparities. More.
David Burda and 5 surveys say to be successful in this new healthcare economy that’s driven by virtual care and healthcare consumerism, you’d better know your customers’ behaviors, how they think and what they expect. More.
In Feb. 2022, David Johnson started a monthly column for HFMA. His first series embraces HFMA’s repositioning of “cost-effectiveness of health – at the intersection of lower costs and better patient outcomes.” More.
Dr. Allen Weiss outlines how focusing on current situations as opposed to deep-seated childhood events can delivery positive results quickly. Problems articulated and placed into manageable solutions result in early success and a continued positive course. More.
Estimates predict that Medicare’s 2023 trust-fund spending will outstrip revenues by $3 billion. 4sight Health’s Kerry Weems explains the drain. More.
In Edward Chadwick’s anticipated summary of the 2022 Citi / AHA / HFMA national tax-exempt healthcare investor conference, Ed outlines how the industry is evolving. More.
Kristen Valdes is the founder and CEO of b.well Connected Health, a Baltimore-based consumer healthcare navigation platform. David Burda interviews Valdes about her path to heading up one of the nation’s leading advocates for healthcare consumerism. More.
David W. Johnson and Dr. David Nash look at the dysfunction in our current Flexner-based medical education, a system that no longer works. America needs a new system to train doctors for today’s patients, one that emphasizes primary care, hands-on clinical experience and collaboration. More.
No health system or leader was truly prepared for COVID, but Aimee Quirk’s diverse experiences meant she was comfortable managing complex unknowns. Julie Murchinson talks to Quirk about what a leader from outside the industry can bring to strengthen a healthcare organization. More.
Top 3 Episodes: 4sight Friday Roundup Podcast
Your best 20 minutes this week for analysis of the crucial market-based healthcare news and speculation for the week ahead. Listener favorites from host David Burda, David Johnson and Julie Murchinson, Partner at Transformation Capital.
- How Overturning Roe V. Wade Could Affect Healthcare 5/6/22
- What Physician Employment Has to do with Telemedicine 4/29/22
- Medicare Advantage Warning Signs 1/21/22