This blog post is the sixth in the Supply, Demand and Medicine series on health care reform. Over the past 75 years, few other industries or fields have advanced further faster than health care. Vaccines have been developed. Cures for diseases have been discovered. Life expectancy has risen by many years. It’s been like going from a covered … Continue reading Health Care Goes Digital (Finally!)
This blog post is the fifth in the Supply, Demand and Medicine series on health care reform. What patients want most out of any health care experience is a good outcome at a reasonable cost. That’s also what your health care provider wants out of each and every patient encounter. But transforming the way health care is delivered in … Continue reading Aiming High: 3 Big Goals for Better Health Care
This blog post is the fourth in the Supply, Demand and Medicine series on health care reform. If you received your childhood education in America, chances are you spent much of your youth under the watchful eye of a homeroom teacher. You may have passed through many other classrooms with many other teachers, but your homeroom teacher was … Continue reading Doesn’t Your Health Deserve a Home?
If you’ve been casually following the roll out of health care reform over the past few years, you are probably already familiar with the acronym ACA, or Affordable Care Act (a.k.a. Obamacare). Continue reading High Quality Health Care at the Lowest Possible Cost – Can It Really Happen?
This blog post is the third in the Supply, Demand and Medicine series on health care reform. That question (or some variation of it) is something that my colleagues and I across the healthcare industry are asked all the time. It’s also something that we spend a lot of time studying. I wish the answer simply was … Continue reading Why Does the U.S. Spend More On Healthcare Than Other Countries?
This blog post is the second in the Supply, Demand and Medicine series on health care reform. In the first of our Supply, Demand and Medicine series, we looked at some of the challenges facing the health care industry, particularly related to the number of physicians who will care for the newly insured and our aging population. While … Continue reading Redesigning Care Because of Health Care Reform
This blog post is the first in the Supply, Demand and Medicine series on health care reform. When the Super Bowl was held at Cowboys Stadium (now AT&T Stadium) in Arlington, Texas a couple of years ago, football fans may remember that the NFL famously, or rather infamously, sold more tickets for the game than there were … Continue reading The Challenges of Health Care Reform