All over the globe, citizens are opting for big changes. People feel disenfranchised. They feel they have lost their voice, and identity, and that their elected officials have done nothing to protect their rights, culture, jobs or quality of life. In England, it was Brexit. In the U.S., it was the election of Donald Trump, […]
Posts Categorized: Care Delivery
The Path to Better Health – It’s Paved with Choices
The Path to Better Health – It’s Paved with Choices What has true coercive power in any economic system? Who can affect real change? True customers. Those people or organizations who can walk away from a deal, who have alternatives, who have information, or who have multiple providers competing for their business on price, quality […]
Insanity vs. Results in Healthcare Delivery
As we embark on this new era of virtual care delivery, it is important to examine how we got here and why we are all working so diligently to transform healthcare into something better and more affordable than it is today. And what better to honor that commitment to progress, then to remember the sage […]
Is it Time to Update Your Care Delivery Strategy?
The costs of care delivery continue rise, even in the face of new technologies designed to enable telemedicine, or virtual care delivery. Some of this is due to the cumbersome nature of certain tools and poorly conceived incentives, but the fear of change relative to both clinical processes and reimbursement impact, keeps many provider groups from […]
How Will You Invest in the Future?
This blog is from a great local physician decision support company, Medaware Systems. I was struck by the impact a single investment decision by a health organization can have on so many people. http://www.medawaresystems.com/one-hospital-invested-tens-millions-preserve-community-won/ It highlights the power of innovative thinking and what health systems can do to impact their communities (and themselves) in a positive and […]