Category Archives: healthcare change management

Pre-election Punditry with Joe Paduda at Health Wonk Review

If you think the Black Death was fun, you’ll just adore this election season! So join Joe Paduda this week for Pre-election Pundit Ponderings! at Managed Care Matters for some pre-game festivities.   I am excited to announce that I … Continue reading

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Peering into the Future of Health Insurance: Real-time Data and a Whole New Way to Look at Actuarial Science

“At Lemonade…their hope is to remake insurance as a social good, rather than a necessary evil.” – Dr. Peter H. Diamandis The structure of ObamaCare® requires people who don’t have health insurance to purchase it; if you can’t afford it, … Continue reading

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A Yuuuuuuge Edition: Health Wonk Review Channels Inner Trump

Steve Anderson at Medicareresources.org channels his inner Trump to bring us a yuuuuuge edition of Health Wonk Review. Thanks to Steve for a tremendous undertaking in the service to his fellow countrymen and countrywomen.  

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Human Nucleus: Your Analyzed Individual Genome is the Basis for Population Health In Extremis

You can know and affect your health future now. Human Longevity Institute is launching Human Nucleus, a place where you can have your genome completely analyzed into its millions of component pieces of information. That information is actionable immediately, and … Continue reading

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Behavior Change Driving Digital Health is Bubbling Up from the Bottom

This week marks one month since ePharma Summit 2016 opened and closed. It’s a good time to reflect on a final takeaway from the conference and close my notebook. Clearly, there is more grand thinking about the future and emphasis … Continue reading

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Digital Health Holds the Promise of Serving the “Underserved”

By Peggy Salvatore This is the eighth entry in a series of blogs for ePharma Summit 2016 to explore ways the pharmaceutical industry can maximize the promise of digital health. A report put out by the California Health Care Foundation  last week … Continue reading

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Why Digital Health Is About Survival

This is the seventh entry in a series of blogs for ePharma Summit 2016 to explore ways the pharmaceutical industry can maximize the promise of digital health. Whether it is data collection in the electronic patient record, information in the claims data … Continue reading

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Money Changes Everything Edition of Health Wonk Review

Steve Anderson is seeing green at MedicareResources.org this week for his compilation of health wonkery. Read this week’s Money Changes Everything edition here.

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Oh, The Problems Connectivity Can Solve!

  This is the sixth entry in a series of blogs for ePharma Summit 2016 to explore ways the pharmaceutical industry can maximize the promise of digital health. How many times have you heard the term “silo” in reference to your organization? … Continue reading

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Meaningful Use Demise Opens Door to Truly Meaningful Health Tech Advances

By Peggy Salvatore MBA   This is the third in a series of blogs for ePharma Summit 2016 to explore ways the pharmaceutical industry can maximize the promise of digital health. Ding. Dong. MU is dead. The pivot by CMS … Continue reading

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