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Dave Chase

Dave Chase
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Dave has a unique blend of HealthIT and consumer Internet leadership experience that is well suited to the bridging the gap between Health IT systems and individuals receiving care. Previously, he founded what is now a $2B+ Health IT business. Besides his role as CEO of Avado (acquired by WebMD in Q4 2013), he is an author for HIMSS and California Health Care Foundation and regular contributor to Reuters, Forbes, TechCrunch, Huffington Post, Washington Post, KevinMD and others. In recent news, he is Founder of Rosetium and Co-Founder of Health Rosetta.

Healthcare: The Greatest Generation Opportunity for Millennials

If one takes a sober look at healthcare's collateral damage, it's clear we've gone to war for far less than what the healthcare system is doing to America. Will millennials be able to fix it?

Are PPO Networks the Worst Negotiators in the World?

Insurance companies use as a selling point that their buying power gives them a pricing advantage for employers. But when you look at the numbers, that's not what's happening.

Millennials Are About to Shake Up Healthcare and That Is a Good Thing

We are about to feel the impact of Millennials on our out-of-control healthcare system and hopes are high that they will demand and get the healthcare that they want and need.

Why Healthcare Fraud is a Threat to National Security

Healthcare fraud is a national security threat. There is no party divide when it comes to protecting the homeland - we don’t need a right solution or a left solution, we need an American solution.

Why CEOs Can No Longer Ignore Healthcare Fraud and Abuse

Fraud is rampant in the healthcare system due in part to outdated claims payment methodologies. Dave Chase points out that ignorance of the problem is no longer a valid excuse given the high cost of health care and the magnitude of the waste due to fraud.

Employers are Paying $500B Too Much for Healthcare

Dave Chase explores why employers should get a second opinion if they're overpaying for healthcare.