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In this Innovation Lab interview series, Hutchinson explains why value-based care tools are now ready for wider use, the work needed to improve digital quality measures, his predictions for 2021, and more.
In this Health Evolution Innovation Lab series, chief executives of innovative companies say they are anticipating 2020 challenges persisting into the year ahead as well as advancements in overarching health care trends.Read More
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In this Innovation Lab interview series, Bhavani discusses becoming a patient journey AI company, surviving a long sales cycle, and why trying to raise money with PowerPoint slides is a terrible idea for entrepreneurs.
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In this Health Evolution Innovation Lab interview series, Tilenius discusses how time spent at large technology companies influences her work at Vida Health, what to expect in the next 18-24 months, her advice to other entrepreneurs and more.
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In this Innovation Lab interview series, Sattelmair discusses the unique challenges Wellframe is helping payers address, what to expect from the company in the next 18-24 months, the hardest challenge he has overcome and more.
From the Health Evolution Innovation Lab, chief executives discuss what they have learned through their work and how it informs innovation strategies, company culture and more.Read More
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In this Innovation Lab interview series, Paranjpe discusses the inspiration fueling the company, what to expect in the payer-provider continuum and his advice to other CEOs and founders.
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In the Health Evolution Innovation Lab interview series, Nicholson discusses Conversational AI, challenges he and the company have overcome, and his advice for other innovators and executives.
In the Health Evolution Innovation Lab interview series, Williams discusses the need for CEOs to view social determinants analytics as a proactive enterprise strategy that can’t be accomplished alone.Read More
This report, powered by Providence, is the first in a three-part series designed to help health care executives navigate innovation in the era of COVID-19. The guide examines four foundational attributes of the next normal: Resuming Operations & Care Delivery, Managing Trust & Safety, Examining Technology & Digital Innovation Opportunities, and Advancing New Business & Payment Models.Read More
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In the Health Evolution Innovation Lab interview series, the veteran investor and startup executive explains how the company is looking to disrupt the need for in-person diagnostics to strengthen the doctor-patient relationship, what personalized medicine means to him, and the omnichannel future of patient engagement.
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In the Health Evolution Innovation Lab interview series, Hu discusses the growing role of AI in virtual care delivery, what CEOs should understand about virtual chronic care, and what to expect from the company in the future.
Listen to this on-demand recording of the Pandemic Response: A Public-Private Call to Action featuring federal and state government officials, leading health care provider, payer and life science CEOs who shared insights and best practices for preparedness, mitigation, education and communication.Read More
Social isolation and loneliness are emerging social health problems and are also the strongest predictor of health care dissatisfaction. And while the terms are often used together, it’s important to understand the difference.Read More
Five percent of health care users represent half the costs, one percent consume a quarter. Players determined to curb health care’s ever-increasing expenses and effectively manage these high-cost, complex patients desperately need a new strategy.Read More
After decades of being considered futuristic, artificial intelligence (AI) is getting real in health care for customer experience, care management and cost competencies, among other use cases.Read More
As 10,000 boomers a day turn 65, telehealth will become an important enabling technology, bringing care into homes and the community, for consumers in need of convenient access to care—seniors.Read More
As CEOs work to accelerate transformative change in the face of new sources of disruption – such as digital health, the shift to value-based care, and the rise of consumerism – they need more from their boards than just governance. Boards are also feeling the pressure to evolve their game as the requirements for success are changing.Read More
Every day, the retail market selects winners and losers based on a single criterium – how well are they serving the consumer? Retailers make it their mission to win over consumers in the face of complex challenges of evolving consumer expectations and a rapidly transforming market landscape. Winners are those who adapt to navigate the next big challenge.Read More