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Consumers aren't really interested in healthcare claims—what they want from the healthcare system is health restored and diseases prevented.
Individuals and their caregivers are the greatest untapped sources of information, knowledge, and motivation
Medical education must include 3 key literacies will define the doctor of 2033: Network awareness, information control, and digital content creation.
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?
The cognification of medicine—enabled by the internet, machine learning, artificial intelligence, sensors, and the Cloud—will disrupt our existing healthcare paradigm.
Jonathan Bush predicts that healthcare organizations that try to defend their market position by locking down information won’t be able to keep pace with those who are opening up and reinventing themselves.
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.
Bill Gates sounds off about how healthcare waste is stealing from our future, particularly the education of our young.
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.
When doctors think of medical evidence, they think of controlled studies in peer-reviewed journals, but real world evidence may better solve the real world problems of patients.
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.
Fraud is rampant in the healthcare system due in part to outdated claims payment methodologies.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.
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