New relationships, risks, and business structures are redefining the marketplace. Learn what’s working, and what isn’t, in the race toward value.
Drug companies must join providers, payers, and patients in seeing themselves as stakeholders.
By now, it’s almost old news: big data will transform medicine. It’s essential to remember, however, that data by themselves are useless.
Using patient stratification and more primary care visits, Chicago-based Oak Street Health aims to reduce hospitalizations.
Two veterans of public service say that government can do only so much — which creates attractive business opportunities for entrepreneurs.
The same rules of business apply for health care when it comes to new market opportunity.
Should government be involved in health care innovation?
Why can't EHRs talk to one another? We never created the right incentives, but we pretend that we did.
What's the effect of the mode of physician payment when it comes to EHRs?
Centralizing clinical data for an integrated delivery system revealed a surprising lesson: sometimes predictive analytics are not enough.
There is strong evidence that expansions in health coverage have increased people’s use of health care across multiple domains of well-being and reduced deaths overall.
Which is better: to pretend we know little when in fact we know much, or to pretend we know much when in fact we know little?
How Arkansas Medicaid is changing people’s attitudes about how to deliver care and to make a sustainable health care system.
When we say “committed,” we mean “in it for the long haul.”
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