Posts Tagged: healthcare

How Commoditizing Colonoscopies Will Drive New Business

Colonoscopies are the American College of Gastroenterology’s preferred strategy to detect colon cancer. Ten million Americans annually undergo colonoscopies at a cost approximating $10 billion. Although colonoscopy prices vary, the …
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4 Success Strategies of Interfacing Healthcare Companies

In post-reform healthcare, incumbent health systems must adapt or die from the force of  innovative new companies. Incumbents are vulnerable to value-based attacks. They are asset-heavy, revenue-centric and have ineffective …
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Healthcare’s Dysfunctional Pricing: Be Afraid. Be Very Afraid.

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The Health Care Cost Institute (HCCI) released its annual report of healthcare prices last month. To no-one’s surprise, HCCI found huge variation in commercial prices for 240 common medical services …
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Market vs. Medicine Book Launch: You Are Invited

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After more than a year of research, writing, editing, re-writing, and re-editing, Market vs. Medicine: America’s Fight for Better, Affordable Healthcare is being printed and will be available on May …
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