Health care organizations need to do a better job in creating a welcoming, inclusive environment for LGBTQ+ patients. Experts say they can do so through employee education, improving sexual orientation and gender identity data collection and getting buy in across the C-Suite.
Executives who ‘own’ and leverage data can better understand cost centers, engage providers, drive patients to high-value care and address systemic inequities.
Reviewing some of the major mergers and acquisitions that occurred from March to June, in general the spring months saw numerous high-value deals across the provider, life sciences and health tech sectors.
Whitaker, who spent four years as the Director of the Illinois Department of Health, says that Medicare Advantage addresses the social determinants of health in ways that traditional Medicare plans do not.
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With so much activity in the sector, how can innovators distinguish themselves? Among payers and providers, considerations often center on how the solution meets a strategic need, if it can generate ROI, how it differs from others in the marketplace and if it’s easy to integrate.
The Supreme Court has upheld the Affordable Care Act by 7-2 margin. Back when the case was being decided, Oscar Health and Centene chief executives were confident it would survive and continued to plan ahead in efforts to expand ACA marketplace plans.
In this month’s edition, we spotlight recent movements by government officials, including former HHS Secretary Alex Azar and former FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn, MD.
While some hospitals are mandating that employees become vaccinated, few executives across industries are enacting such policies. Instead, they are enabling vaccine uptake with scheduling flexibility, financial incentives, and targeted communications — all tactics that health care executives might consider whether they require vaccination or not.
With his latest venture, Rendr, the entrepreneur is working to apply the same self-advocacy, scalability and standardization concepts that worked well to improve care for Asian American populations.
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In this Health Evolution Confab Leaderships Series video installment, Mandy Cohen, MD, Secretary, North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services and Lloyd Dean, CEO of CommonSpirit Health, share strategies on how to create a culture of inclusion and manage executives who don't recognize the value of diversity.
Mandy Cohen, MD, Secretary, North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services.
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