Post Tagged with: "Medicaid"

Patricia Salber, MD, Host of The Doctor Weighs In

Making a 5% Commitment to Medicaid

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November 19, 2013

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Health care & health policy, Health care professionals, Salber:

 by Patricia Salber A medical school classmate (actually one year behind me), Larry Casalino, MD, PhD, a well-known health services researcher at Weill Cornell Medical… Read More ›

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Another side of health care

Another side of health care

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June 5, 2013

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Cognition & the brain, Family and kids, Health care & health policy, Payment, People in healthcare, POLICY, RESEARCH:

By Paul Levy First Posted at Not Running a Hospital on 6/2/2013 Many months ago, Holly Jarek wrote to me:  “I was wondering if sometime… Read More ›

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Rate Shock in California!––The New Health Insurance Exchange Plans––Comparing Apples to Oranges to Grapefruit

Rate Shock in California!––The New Health Insurance Exchange Plans––Comparing Apples to Oranges to Grapefruit

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May 29, 2013

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Change Management, Health care & health policy, Health care professionals, Payment, People in healthcare, POLICY:

By Robert Laszewski First Posted at Health Care Policy and Marketplace Review on 5/28/2013 I have to say I was surprised with the press reports… Read More ›

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A Thursday Three-fer: Diabetes Predictive Modeling, The Threat of Ambulatory Care Write Offs and It’s the National Debt, Stupid!

A Thursday Three-fer: Diabetes Predictive Modeling, The Threat of Ambulatory Care Write Offs and It’s the National Debt, Stupid!

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May 24, 2013

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Diabetes & metabolic syndrome, Health care & health policy, Health care professionals, Medicine: wellness & disease, POLICY, RESEARCH:

By Dr. Jaan Sidorov First Posted at Disease Management Care Blog on 5/22/2013 Diabetes Predictive Modeling: Evidence Based, Peer Reviewed and Open Domain: As Accountable… Read More ›

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Telemedicine’s Achilles’ Heel – The Telephone

Telemedicine’s Achilles’ Heel – The Telephone

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May 17, 2013

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Change Management, Health care & health policy, Health care professionals, Innovation/innovative companies, Medicine: wellness & disease, Payment, People in healthcare, POLICY, RESEARCH, Wellness:

By Dan Munro First Posted at Forbes on 5/6/2013 We’ll get to the antique telephone in a minute – but first a little background. Last… Read More ›

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Guiding Principles for Person-Centered Health Care Reform

Guiding Principles for Person-Centered Health Care Reform

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May 15, 2013

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Health care & health policy, Health care professionals, Patient Safety, Payment, People in healthcare, POLICY:

By Kim Phan First Posted at Institute for Health Technology Transformation on 5/2/2013 The Brookings Institution recently proposed a framework for health care reform in their report, “Person-Centered… Read More ›

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An average hospital is…..?

An average hospital is…..?

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May 13, 2013

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Health care & health policy, Health care professionals, Payment, People in healthcare, POLICY:

By Dr. Bradley Flansbaum First Posted at The Hospital Leader on 5/13/2013 A quick post on something we do not think about often. We look… Read More ›

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Useless noise from CMS

Useless noise from CMS

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May 10, 2013

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By Paul Levy First Posted at Not Running a Hospital on 5/8/2013 What on earth did CMS have in mind when it released the FY2011… Read More ›

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Hospital Impact-Why Aren’t Employers Choosing Your Hospital?

Hospital Impact-Why Aren’t Employers Choosing Your Hospital?

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May 3, 2013

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Change Management, Health care & health policy, Innovation/innovative companies, Medical Ethics, Patient Safety, Payment, People in healthcare:

By Thomas Emerick First Posted at Cracking Health Costs on 4/29/2013 Kathleen Bartholomew has written another insightful and prophetic post. This one is in Hospital… Read More ›

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The Slow Economy Has Slowed Health Spending

The Slow Economy Has Slowed Health Spending

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April 30, 2013

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Change Management, Health care & health policy, Health care professionals, Payment, People in healthcare, POLICY, Technology in healthcare:

By Jane Sarasohn-Kahn First Posted at Health Populi on 4/29/2013 Why has health cost growth in the U.S. slowed in the past few years? It’s… Read More ›

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So, What’s Next for Health Care?

So, What’s Next for Health Care?

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April 29, 2013

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By Dr. Jack Lewin First Posted 4/27/2013 Huge acceleration of payment and delivery reform for both patients and those who deliver the care, that’s what’s… Read More ›

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On Dementia, Cost-of-Living Adjustments, and the Right Way to Reform Programs for the Elderly

On Dementia, Cost-of-Living Adjustments, and the Right Way to Reform Programs for the Elderly

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April 28, 2013

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Aging, anti-aging & longevity, Cognition & the brain, Health care & health policy, Payment, People in healthcare, POLICY:

By Gene Steuerle First Posted at The Government We Deserve on 4/16/2013 While the increase in dementia among the elderly and the president’s proposal to change the… Read More ›

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The Myth of Chronic Disease and Engagement

The Myth of Chronic Disease and Engagement

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April 13, 2013

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Cardiovascular, Change Management, Diabetes & metabolic syndrome, Health care & health policy, Health care professionals, Medicine: wellness & disease, People in healthcare, POLICY, Technology in healthcare:

By Al Lewis This blog recently covered engagement, discussing its centrality to future healthcare spending reductions, due to the fact that 148-millon Americans (about 48%… Read More ›

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Wrong approach, but it saves money for the state

Wrong approach, but it saves money for the state

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March 25, 2013

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Change Management, Health care & health policy, Health care professionals, Payment, People in healthcare, POLICY:

By Paul Levy First Posted at Not Running a Hospital on 3/25/2013 Massachusetts is home to health policy researchers of the highest order.  Some have… Read More ›

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The #CommonWell Open Discussion Forum

The #CommonWell Open Discussion Forum

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March 24, 2013

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Change Management, Entrepreneurs, Health care & health policy, Health care professionals, Innovation/innovative companies, People in healthcare, POLICY, Technology in healthcare, Wireless Health:

By Dr. Adrian Gropper First Posted at The Health Care Blog on 3/18/2013 The EHR vendor lock-in business model is under attack by frustrated physicians… Read More ›

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