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Partnering in a New Paradigm | Hospital Alignment, Physicians, Hospital Administrators, Bundled Payments, Pay for Performance, Physician Practice, MSO, Managed Services Organization, Paul Keckley, Navigant
Partnering in a New Paradigm

There’s no question healthcare delivery is in the middle of a transformational period highlighted by unprecedented consolidation. While there are a number of factors impacting alignment decisions, Paul Keckley, PhD, boiled the equation down to its simplest terms, “Economics drives behavior.”

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CINDY SANDERS

NASS Takes a Proactive Approach to Evidence-Based Coverage Decisions | North American Spine Society, NASS, Policy Coverage Recommendations, Spine Care, Evidence-based Medicine, Dr. William Watters, Dr. Christopher Kauffman
NASS Takes a Proactive Approach to Evidence-Based Coverage Decisions

In an effort to improve patient access to appropriate, evidence-based care, the North American Spine Society (NASS) recently released detailed policy recommendations for coverage of 13 common spine care treatments, procedures and diagnostics.

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CINDY SANDERS

Understanding the Power Shift in the New Health Economy

HRI shows why the industry is ripe for picking; players compete to be healthcare’s new Amazon.com

In 2010, CellScope was birthed in tech-savvy San Francisco with the mission of creating a home medical kit of smartphone-friendly devices.

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LYNNE JETER

Compete or Partner? | Health Research Institute, New Health Economy, Health Council of East Central Florida, Ken Peach.
Compete or Partner?

The New Health Economy poses major dilemma for traditional providers

The New Health Economy poses a major dilemma for traditional providers: compete or partner?

 

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LYNNE JETER

Taking Your Breath Away

How do cities fare in the latest annual asthma report?

A thriving city rich in history, perched on the brow of the picturesque James River, has once again captured the uncoveted title as the most challenging place to live with asthma.

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By LYNNE JETER