As health care organizations ramp up investments in genomics, some are going a step further by looking at multi-omics, proteomics and other “omics” that can believe will be used for even more precise precision medicine.
Jain discusses why homelessness is actually a health care crisis, SCAN Group’s efforts to address the problem with Medicare Advantage and prospective payment models, the eureka moment that led to building a medical practice for homeless seniors, and more.
The Biden administration has kept lowering health care costs as a priority via executive order on prescription drug pricing and a proposed rule that would increase the fine hospitals pay for not publishing pricing information online. Here’s a break down of the two actions.
In the latest Health Care Executives on the Move, we monitor career changes across the payer, provider, life sciences, government and tech worlds in June and July.
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In this Confab Leaderships series installment, executives discuss the new mindset required to advance health equity to emerge from the pandemic with a more resilient health care system.
COVID has driven consumer interest in genomics. Health systems are upping investments in precision medicine. Thirty years from the start of the Human Genome Project, can these breakthroughs find their way into clinical care?
Research shows that more than two-thirds of voters rank reducing health care costs as their top priority for the President and Congress.
From difficult conversations about racism and the experience of trauma to digital health funding to alternative and disruptive payment models, the first half of this year saw critical developments in executives thinking, practices and strategies.
After many years of health equity work, Sutter Health has formalized its efforts with the creation of the Institute for Advancing Health Equity. Sutter executives spoke with Health Evolution about advancing the science of health equity to generate knowledge that will make communities healthier across the nation.
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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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