What would a Biden health care system look like?

Former Vice President Joe Biden and the Democrats outlined proposals to disrupt the health care system if elected in November.

Introducing the Innovation Lab

A new way to help payer, provider and life sciences CEOs connect with innovators


Data dive: Private health plan telehealth usage during COVID-19

New data from Peterson Center on Healthcare and KFF (Kaiser Family Foundation) highlights how private health insurers are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.


ATA CEO Ann Mond Johnson: “Technology saved the health system from collapse”

Johnson spoke with Health Evolution about the role telemedicine has played in saving the health system, as well as what needs to be done to keep the momentum going.


Health Evolution CEO Reading List

Chief executives of providers, payers and life sciences organizations can look to this frequently updated list for articles and resources about health care and leadership.


Breaking down Trump’s executive orders on drug pricing

Experts discuss their skepticism about three of the rules and why a forthcoming additional one could ultimately be effective.

Social Determinants

Addressing racism as a social determinant of health

Executives discuss the importance of taking the lead in tackling inequities within their organizations and communities.


Envisioning the “next norm” of health care

Rasu Shrestha, MD, Chief Strategy and Transformation Officer at Atrium Health, spoke with Health Evolution about what long-term projects are underway at Atrium in response to the COVID pandemic and to share some of the lessons they’ve learned in the last few months.


Taking on social determinants of health in the COVID era

COVID-19 has further exposed the country’s massive health disparities. That’s why health care organizations like Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of NJ are using data analytics, partnerships, investments in housing and other strategies to tackle the problem.


How COVID-19 has health care ‘reinventing’ innovation for therapeutics

Private-public partnerships have emerged, R&D is on the rise, progress is being made, now the industry needs real-world evidence.


Infographic: Where did all the patients go?

Preliminary data has shown just how much COVID-19 has potentially affected emergent medical, surgical and obstetric hospitalizations, at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) in Boston and nationally. 


How dotcom era developments can help shape the future of health care

Dusting off old advancements made during the dotcom boom and bust at the turn of the century illustrates that focusing on infrastructure to engage consumers drives impactful change — and there’s no time like COVID-19 to rethink the system.

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