Healthcare Policy

Trump Administration’s Odd Fascination with Axing Obamacare | 7/1/2020

… are the same he needs in 2020. Statistics show that some of the greatest beneficiaries of health coverage have been 2016 Trump voters. But my opposition to repeal is more deeply rooted in good healthcare policy – the horrors! I devote a number of chapters in my forthcoming book, The Healthcare Labyrinth , to why affordable universal access is important to our otherwise dysfunctional healthcare system. I do feel the ACA needs …

SWORD Health appoints Brian Marcotte to lead Client Advisory Board | PR Newswire | 6/30/2020

… Client Advisory Board. Brian Marcotte, the newly appointed leader of SWORD Health’s Client Advisory Board Brian is the former President and CEO of Business Group on Health, the leading advocate for large employers in healthcare policy and benefits strategy. At the Business Group, Brian established the Health Innovations Forum, which helped accelerate market traction for promising digital health startups, and the Executive Committee on Value Purchasing, a cross-industry council …

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Affordable Care Act’s Changes Reduced Surgery Costs for Low-Income Patients | 6/30/2020

… even if they were eligible. Researchers defined catastrophic spending as the money surgery patients spent on premiums and out-of-pocket costs that are 20% or more of their household income. A s the healthcare policy debate includes a conversation about rising out-of-pocket costs for families, investigators recently found that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has lowered out-of-pocket expenses for low-income surgery patients. However, the …

Healthcare Sector Less Appealing After Market Rebound | Morningstar | 6/30/2020

… other coronavirus impacts weigh more heavily on other sectors. On the policy front, we expect investor attention to return to potential changes in the U.S. with the upcoming elections. However, the fears of major healthcare policy change in the U.S. appear to have faded, with the more moderate Joe Biden the presumptive Democratic nominee for president. Healthcare sector index versus market index. - source: Morningstar Overall, we view the healthcare sector …

1/3 of Parents in 3 States May Not Send Children to School Because of COVID-19 | 6/29/2020

… in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic,” says lead author Kao-Ping Chua, M.D., Ph.D. , a pediatrician and researcher at Michigan Medicine C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital , CHEAR and the U-M Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation , which funded the report. “On the one hand, sending children to school could increase the risk of COVID-19 among children and family members. On the other hand, children who don’t return …

I Met Bernie Sanders for my Make A Wish and Now I am Voting Joe Biden | Medium | 6/29/2020

… first-hand about the costs of the United States healthcare system, I also spent many of the nights at the hospital researching politics. Learning about the inner-workings of congress, campaign finance law, and healthcare policy became my means of distracting myself from the cold hard metallic flavor that came with chemotherapy. Around the same time I picked up the mail and saw the exurbanite costs of my radiation and …

Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services Appoints Jonathan Goldfinger, MD, President & CEO and Promotes Senior Vice President Lyn Morris, LMFT, to COO | PR Newswire | 6/29/2020

… Services, said, “We considered a deep bench of highly qualified and diverse candidates and found Dr. Goldfinger to be uniquely qualified to lead Didi Hirsch successfully into the future because of his background in healthcare policy , clinical innovation, strategic partnerships and technology.” A nationally recognized pediatrician and advocate for the health and wellbeing of children and families, Dr. Goldfinger comes to Didi Hirsch from Goldfinger Health where he advised diverse …

Survey: Parents aren’t sure about school in the fall | 6/29/2020

… for in-person classes in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic,” says lead author Kao-Ping Chua, a pediatrician and researcher at Michigan Medicine CS Mott Children’s Hospital, CHEAR, and the Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation, which funded the report. “On the one hand, sending children to school could increase the risk of COVID-19 among children and family members. On the other hand, children who don’t return …

FiercePharmaPolitics—How would a Biden White House handle drug prices? Depends on congressional races, analysts say | FiercePharma | 6/29/2020

… and Republicans retain the White House and Senate, “passing any drug pricing legislation becomes less certain,” SVB Leerink analyst Geoffrey Porges wrote in a separate note to clients. Porges’ team recently spoke with two healthcare policy specialists who said that if Democrats capture a Senate majority, they expect “significant changes” to Medicare Part D. Those changes would be “at a minimum equivalent” to the drug pricing bill from Sens. Charles …

Healthcare policy assignment - Top Grade Professors | 6/27/2020

Place Order Healthcare policy assignment Advanced practice registered nurses (APRN) are a vital part of the health system of the United States. They are registered nurses educated at Masters, post Masters or doctoral level and in a specific role patient and population. APRNs are prepared by education and certification to assess, diagnose, and manage patient problems, order tests, and prescribe medications. With over 267,000 advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) in …

6 steps toward reducing patient no-shows at your radiology practice | 6/26/2020

… transportation issues or insurance coverage. Wise radiology practices must find ways to anticipate and mitigate these hindrances to keep their calendars fully booked, experts wrote this month in the journal of Risk Management and Healthcare Policy . Lead author Dounia Marbouh and colleagues recently conducted a literature review, and offered up advice practice leaders can follow to begin addressing this phenomenon. “Patient no-shows disrupt the healthcare delivery system by creating …

Human Rights Campaign Also Sues Over Trump Trans Health Retreat | 6/26/2020

… women of color — Tanya Asapansa-Johnson Walker and Cecilia Gentili. Walker, an Army veteran, has survived lung cancer twice and was the co-founder of the New York Transgender Advocacy Group. Gentili, a longtime healthcare policy advocate and activist, formerly worked at GMHC and went on to found Transgender Equity Consulting. Walker, 57, and Gentili, 48, have both lived as out transgender women for more than 30 years. A written …

Column: Incredibly, amid COVID-19 pandemic, Trump moves to take away your healthcare | 6/26/2020

… privilege, not a right. The party doesn’t see health as a communal good, but merely something to be endowed upon those who can afford it; all others be damned. That’s why 100% of its healthcare policy since the ACA was enacted in 2010 has been devoted to tearing down the law, and 0% to crafting an effective replacement. The Republican mantra has been “repeal and replace,” yet they’ve aimed for …

Meet Dispensed Daily, Business Insider’s new daily healthcare newsletter | 6/25/2020

the latest happenings in healthcare policy as we go into the 2020 presidential election … and so much more. My name’s Lydia Ramsey Pflanzer , and I’m an editor on the healthcare team. I joined Business Insider in 2015, working my way up from intern to reporter to correspondent, reporting on the healthcare stories you want to know about. Now, I’m editing our growing team and writing our daily healthcare newsletter, which …

‘Flatten the Fear’ campaign gains traction | 6/24/2020

… got involved with Herman Cain and Dr. Ben Carson’s presidential campaigns. He eventually was asked to put together a one-page healthcare plan for President Trump. After the Covid pandemic hit, he shifted from healthcare policy to dealing with the coronavirus. “At my own hospital our ER typically treats 180 patients a day,” he notes. “There were times at the peak of the coronavirus that our ER was almost empty …

WCM-Q Research Highlights Physical Inactivity and Sedentary Lifestyles in MENA Region | 6/24/2020

… for obesity and other non-communicable diseases (NCDs), such as type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease, which frequently lead to severe life-limiting complications and premature death. Dr. Ravinder Mamtani, WCM-Q’s Professor of Healthcare Policy and Research, Professor of Medicine and Vice Dean for Student Affairs, Population Health, and Lifestyle Medicine, is one of the authors of the study. He said: “Non-communicable diseases now account for around 41 …

1upHealth Named a ‘Cool Vendor in Healthcare Interoperability’ by Gartner for its FHIR Platform | PR Newswire | 6/24/2020

… based company 1upHealth helps health insurance plans, healthcare providers, application developers, and patients interact with electronic health records via FHIR Application Programming Interfaces (APIs). FHIR, which is becoming an evermore important standard in national healthcare policy , is a new standard that brings the data transmission protocols commonly used behind websites and mobile applications into the healthcare industry. Recently, ONC and CMS introduced new regulations to support the CMS Final Rules …

COVID only makes hard financial truths worse for U.S. healthcare | Modern Healthcare | 6/24/2020

… mind to begin processing what was happening and think through what might happen next. The events that turned an everyday trip into the “miracle on the Hudson” don’t have a direct parallel in the healthcare policy arena. Unlike that fabled flight, warning lights signaling the financial unsustainability of Medicare, and by extension that of the American healthcare system, have been flashing for years. The Medicare Hospital Insurance (HI) Trust Fund …

Informing Public Policy, Reducing Cancer Disparities: Rebecca Myerson’s Research Aims For Change | 6/24/2020

… in who receives access to these potentially life-saving measures. Closing these gaps, which often fall along gender and racial lines, tend to be a common goal for state and federal policymakers who set healthcare policy . But without a little help, their ability to solve the problem is hampered. That’s where Rebecca Myerson, PhD , an assistant professor of population health sciences at UW-Madison, comes in. The goal of her …

Democrats’ Obamacare Bailout Could Extend The Pandemic | Forbes | 6/24/2020

… the bill would make things much worse. If lawmakers want to improve public health, they’ll abandon this misguided proposal. Sally Pipes Sally C. Pipes is president, CEO, and the Thomas W. Smith fellow in healthcare policy at the Pacific Research Institute. Her latest book is False Premise, False Promise: … Read More Sally C. Pipes is president, CEO, and the Thomas W. Smith fellow in healthcare policy at the Pacific Research …

Population and Family Health Chair Terry McGovern Named to Council on Foreign Relations | 6/23/2020

… COVID-19 Resource Guide for information on the 2020-21 academic year, health advisories, campus services, University Libraries, and more. Population and Family Health Chair Terry McGovern Named to Council on Foreign Relations Global Health , Healthcare Policy Jun. 22 2020 Terry McGovern, JD, Columbia Mailman School professor and chair of the Heilbrunn Department of Population and Family Health , was invited to be a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, the …

Coronavirus, U.S. housing market, Nike earnings: What to know in the week ahead | Yahoo News | 6/22/2020

… and a select few experienced an increase in their positivity rate that was not a direct result of more testing,” Raymond James Chief Investing Officer Larry Adam wrote in a note June 19. “Our Healthcare Policy Analyst Chris Meekins believes this is a swell of the first wave rather than a second wave, and that the probability of the US truly turning a corner on the outbreak by July 4 …

Biden’s Mask Of Moderation Has Finally Slipped | Forbes | 6/22/2020

… newly appointed policy task forces chock-full of progressives, this pretense of moderation will be near impossible to maintain. Sally Pipes Sally C. Pipes is president, CEO, and the Thomas W. Smith fellow in healthcare policy at the Pacific Research Institute. Her latest book is False Premise, False Promise: … Read More Sally C. Pipes is president, CEO, and the Thomas W. Smith fellow in healthcare policy at the Pacific Research …

First, They Saved Lives. Now, Nurses Want to Save America. | 6/22/2020

… with her.” Amid a global pandemic that has sown chaos and misinformation in health care and claimed more than 100,000 American lives, nurses’ expertise is more relevant than ever. They’ve seen the failures of healthcare policy and delayed action on the ground. They are on the frontlines of the crisis, clamoring for adequate PPE, deciding who gets put on a ventilator, FaceTiming dying patients’ family members when visitors aren’t allowed …

Two Critical Programs that Study Military Trauma Are at Risk | 6/20/2020

Two Critical Programs that Study Military Trauma Are at Risk Two Critical Programs that Study Military Trauma Are at Risk I just wrote this post for the Veterans Healthcare Policy Institute with my colleague Harold Kudler, who was Chief Consultant for Mental Health for the VA until he retired. Op-Ed: Two Mental Health Centers Hit with Defense Budget Cuts Why Closure of Military Trauma Programs Under the National Defense …

Biotech

Healthcare Sector Less Appealing After Market Rebound | Morningstar | 6/30/2020

… expect investor attention to return to potential changes in the U.S. with the upcoming elections. However, the fears of major healthcare policy change in the U.S. appear to have faded, with the more moderate Joe … capacity to perform high-margin elective procedures. Big Pharma and Biotech revenue and income held up in last recession. - source: Morningstar We expect the healthcare group to emerge largely unscathed from the recession related to …

COVID-19

SWORD Health appoints Brian Marcotte to lead Client Advisory Board | PR Newswire | 6/30/2020

… Board Brian is the former President and CEO of Business Group on Health, the leading advocate for large employers in healthcare policy and benefits strategy. At the Business Group, Brian established the Health Innovations Forum … the healthcare delivery system. “Virtual care is taking off, and COVID-19 is giving it a jump start. We’re seeing an explosion of digital solutions in the MSK space, but SWORD stands apart because they …

Mental Health

Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services Appoints Jonathan Goldfinger, MD, President & CEO and Promotes Senior Vice President Lyn Morris, LMFT, to COO | PR Newswire | 6/29/2020

CULVER CITY, Calif. , June 29, Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services —a national leader in suicide prevention and one of Los Angeles County’s largest nonprofits treating families, youth, and adults with mental illness and substance use … Hirsch successfully into the future because of his background in healthcare policy, clinical innovation, strategic partnerships and technology.” A nationally recognized pediatrician and advocate for the health and wellbeing of children and families, Dr. Goldfinger …

Medicaid

Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services Appoints Jonathan Goldfinger, MD, President & CEO and Promotes Senior Vice President Lyn Morris, LMFT, to COO | PR Newswire | 6/29/2020

… found Dr. Goldfinger to be uniquely qualified to lead Didi Hirsch successfully into the future because of his background in healthcare policy, clinical innovation, strategic partnerships and technology.” A nationally recognized pediatrician and advocate for … and behavior services; and the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services on maternal-infant healthcare quality improvement. A long-time advocate for underserved communities in Los Angeles , Dr. Goldfinger completed his BA at Columbia …

Medicare

Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services Appoints Jonathan Goldfinger, MD, President & CEO and Promotes Senior Vice President Lyn Morris, LMFT, to COO | PR Newswire | 6/29/2020

… found Dr. Goldfinger to be uniquely qualified to lead Didi Hirsch successfully into the future because of his background in healthcare policy, clinical innovation, strategic partnerships and technology.” A nationally recognized pediatrician and advocate for … children’s development and behavior services; and the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services on maternal-infant healthcare quality improvement. A long-time advocate for underserved communities in Los Angeles , Dr. Goldfinger completed his BA …

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services Appoints Jonathan Goldfinger, MD, President & CEO and Promotes Senior Vice President Lyn Morris, LMFT, to COO | PR Newswire | 6/29/2020

… found Dr. Goldfinger to be uniquely qualified to lead Didi Hirsch successfully into the future because of his background in healthcare policy, clinical innovation, strategic partnerships and technology.” A nationally recognized pediatrician and advocate for … on improving children’s development and behavior services; and the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services on maternal-infant healthcare quality improvement. A long-time advocate for underserved communities in Los Angeles , Dr. Goldfinger completed …

Mental Health Services

Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services Appoints Jonathan Goldfinger, MD, President & CEO and Promotes Senior Vice President Lyn Morris, LMFT, to COO | PR Newswire | 6/29/2020

CULVER CITY, Calif. , June 29, Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services —a national leader in suicide prevention and one of Los Angeles County’s largest nonprofits treating families, youth, and adults with mental illness and substance use … Hirsch successfully into the future because of his background in healthcare policy, clinical innovation, strategic partnerships and technology.” A nationally recognized pediatrician and advocate for the health and wellbeing of children and families, Dr. Goldfinger …

Medicare Payment Advisory Commission

COVID only makes hard financial truths worse for U.S. healthcare | Modern Healthcare | 6/24/2020

… The events that turned an everyday trip into the “miracle on the Hudson” don’t have a direct parallel in the healthcare policy arena. Unlike that fabled flight, warning lights signaling the financial unsustainability of Medicare … the fund could become insolvent as soon as 2023. The Medicare Payment Advisory Commission estimated that keeping Medicare solvent for 25 years would require either increasing the Medicare payroll tax from 2.9% to 3.7% or …

Department of Health and Human Services

Structural racism may not be the cause of health disparities between blacks and whites | Washington Examiner | 6/19/2020

… bias which have subjected people of color to discrimination in the healthcare setting.” It is a widely held belief among healthcare policy experts that racism causes health disparities between black people and white people. In … white people in the United States. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, black people are 60% more likely to be diagnosed with diabetes than white people. Heart disease and kidney failure …

American Hospital Association

Physician Advocate: Coronavirus Pandemic Shows Need To Ease Regulatory Burdens | HealthLeaders Media | 6/1/2020

American Hospital Association . “The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated the need to include physicians’ input in healthcare policy and regulations. Physicians are the foundation of our healthcare system, yet we have long endured interruptions to the physician-patient relationship and to the workflow of our practices from regulatory decisions,” says Gary Price, MD, president of The Physicians Foundation . The pandemic has compounded the stress and burnout physicians were already experiencing …

Home Health

Home Health Positioned to Assist Coronavirus Response | PR Newswire | 4/14/2020

healthcare policy makers and providers fear a sudden surge in coronavirus patient demand, overwhelming the limited capacity of hospitals and physician’s offices. In some of the pandemic’s hot spots, such as New York , that is already happening. Seemingly overlooked in this crisis, however, is a smaller, but very important healthcare sector, whose core services and the setting for delivery of those services are ideally suited for this pandemic – the home …

Telehealth

GoHealth Expands Telecare Team to Assist Seniors during COVID-19 Pandemic | PRWeb | 4/9/2020

… expanding its Telecare Team to help seniors during these challenging times. GoHealth’s Telecare Team assists Medicare beneficiaries as they seek telehealth services. We are hiring over 1,000 new licensed agents over the next four months … science and deep industry expertise to match consumers with the healthcare policy and carrier that is best for them. The company partners with the nation’s top health insurance carriers as a trusted extension of their …

CDC

GoHealth Expands Telecare Team to Assist Seniors during COVID-19 Pandemic | PRWeb | 4/9/2020

… months; 200 of them joining the Telecare Team dedicated to helping seniors navigate this new telehealth environment.” According to the CDC, older adults (65 years and older) exposed to the coronavirus (COVID-19) are at … science and deep industry expertise to match consumers with the healthcare policy and carrier that is best for them. The company partners with the nation’s top health insurance carriers as a trusted extension of their …

Food and Drug Administration

COVID-19 Daily: More Will Die, First Antibody Test Authorized | WebMD | 4/7/2020

… A newly available antibody test may help evaluate the SARS-CoV-2 virus in 20 minutes or less. The US Food and Drug Administration has granted Cellex an emergency use authorization to market the first … Medscape and MDedge reporter who writes about health law and healthcare policy. She has previously written for American Medical News , ACP Internist , and the Association of American Medical Colleges. © 2020 WebMD, LLC. All rights reserved …

ACA

Conservative healthcare wonk reflects on the ACA 10 years after its passage | FierceHealthcare | 3/23/2020

… ACA) as Congress scrambles to combat the COVID-19 outbreak. That’s because the ACA was drafted during the Great Recession that was griping markets and causing the unemployment rate to skyrocket. “There were a lot of folks on the conservative side and independents [asking], ‘Why are you trying to pass this legislation during a huge economic crisis?’” said Jacobs, a healthcare policy expert who frequently writes for The Federalist and …

Electronic Health Records

Flatiron Health and ACS launch Real-World Data Impact Award | 12/4/2019

Researchers develop new strategy for treating the most aggressive type of brain cancer Flatiron will provide selected grantees research funding and access to its de-identified oncology datasets curated from electronic health records for research purposes and ACS will oversee the grant selection process. Research could include characterizing healthcare disparities in treatment and outcomes among underserved populations in the US; evaluating national healthcare policy impact on practice patterns and patient …

Workplace Wellness

Employer-based Health Coverage Remains Strong, With Concerns about Affordability | PR Newswire | 12/3/2019

… 37%). Employers and Employees Have Different Perceptions There are notable differences between all employers and employees when it comes to workplace wellness programs. Almost two-thirds of employers (63%) say they offer a workplace wellness … and 72% for paternity leave/benefits. “With some uncertainty about healthcare policy in Washington, D.C. , employers remain focused on maintaining employee health benefits and holding down healthcare costs – and in some cases, are optimistic about …

21st Century Cures Act

First Edition: December 3, 2019 | Kaiser Health News | 12/3/2019

… Democratic presidential contender Joe Biden said on Monday that his fast-rising rival Pete Buttigieg “stole” the former vice president’s healthcare policy proposals, as the two battle for support in the early nominating state of … so eager to lend the new effort much support. The 21st Century Cures Act has been lauded since its passage for both the funding it included and its revamp of the regulatory landscape for medical …

Kaiser Family Foundation

First Edition: December 3, 2019 | Kaiser Health News | 12/3/2019

… the 2020 Democratic presidential primary race is that it’s a top issue for voters. The latest Tracking Poll from the Kaiser Family Foundation found 24% of Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents said they want to … fast-rising rival Pete Buttigieg “stole” the former vice president’s healthcare policy proposals, as the two battle for support in the early nominating state of Iowa. Biden, among the leaders in the 16-member Democratic …

American Medical Association

First Edition: December 3, 2019 | Kaiser Health News | 12/3/2019

… Democratic presidential contender Joe Biden said on Monday that his fast-rising rival Pete Buttigieg “stole” the former vice president’s healthcare policy proposals, as the two battle for support in the early nominating state of … admitting privileges – is medically unnecessary and harmful to patients. The American Medical Association, American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, American Academy of Pediatrics and others have signed on to the brief. (McCammon, 12/2) ABC News …

American Academy of Pediatrics

First Edition: December 3, 2019 | Kaiser Health News | 12/3/2019

… Democratic presidential contender Joe Biden said on Monday that his fast-rising rival Pete Buttigieg “stole” the former vice president’s healthcare policy proposals, as the two battle for support in the early nominating state of … The American Medical Association, American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, American Academy of Pediatrics and others have signed on to the brief. (McCammon, 12/2) ABC News: Over 350 Lawyers, Legal Professionals Who Had Abortions File …

Medical Research

First Edition: December 3, 2019 | Kaiser Health News | 12/3/2019

… Democratic presidential contender Joe Biden said on Monday that his fast-rising rival Pete Buttigieg “stole” the former vice president’s healthcare policy proposals, as the two battle for support in the early nominating state of … bipartisan duo behind a 2016 law that poured billions into medical research want to repeat their success. But so far, the pharmaceutical industry that helped push the first version across the finish line isn’t nearly …

Patient Satisfaction

CHI Franciscan CEO shares insights on adopting continuous improvement model | Modern Healthcare | 11/30/2019

… performing at such a high level and you’re coming into an organization that is building to be able to reshape healthcare policy around the country—we’re going to touch 1 in every 4 lives being … blossom. Virginia Mason has tremendous cache in quality, safety and patient satisfaction. When I got here, I felt very strongly that we needed to have a presence of sorts. “I didn’t believe that we could …

NIH

Wearables: The Sixth Sensor | 11/28/2019

NIH as my background. So there’s this connection with keeping in mind consumer health, but also making sure that it has medical relevance and clinical relevance. And now I think there’s so much overlap between healthcare implementation and healthcare policy with all this growth in consumers being more active in their health. So I think D.C. is an amazing area. Tyler Suiters Well I don’t want to lose sight of …

National Institutes of Health

Murine sepsis phenotypes and differential treatment effects in a randomized trial of prompt antibiotics and fluids | 11/28/2019

… infection. A “one size fits all” approach to treatment, as recommended by international clinical practice guidelines and state and national healthcare policy, ignores this heterogeneity across patients [ 2 ]. Even recent clinical trials in sepsis are … Use Committee (PRO13021581) in accordance with guidelines established by the National Institutes of Health. Study design The primary objective of this study was to determine the feasibility of identifying distinct murine sepsis phenotypes using clinical …

IQVIA

Perrigo Announces FDA Approval for the Store Brand Equivalent of Voltaren® Arthritis Pain | PR Newswire | 4/6/2020

… relief of arthritis pain. Branded and generic prescription sales for the twelve months ending February 2020 were $250M according to IQVIA™ as this is a brand-new OTC product which Perrigo expects to launch later … or sales halts; the impact of tax reform legislation and healthcare policy; general economic conditions; fluctuations in currency exchange rates and interest rates; the consummation of announced acquisitions or dispositions and the success of such …

Amazon Health

Coronavirus tracker: U.K. plans major COVID-19 trial; Healthcare workers first up for J&J vaccine | FiercePharma | 4/3/2020

… moment to share your opinion in this 10-minute survey. All qualified respondents will be entered to win a $500 Amazon gift card. Take the Survey As of Friday the number of global confirmed cases … then-personal lawyer Michael Cohen $1.2 million for consulting on healthcare policy. Multiple generics makers turn out their own versions of hydroxychloroquine and a related drug, chloroquine, and Novartis’ Sandoz unit has pledged to donate …

Cegedim

Cegedim: Revenues and profit improved in 2019 | Globe Newswire | 3/20/2020

… in 2018. This increase was attributable to the insurance division, driven by international activities, BPO, and third-party payment processing; Cegedim-Media (conventional and digital communication solutions for pharmacies); and Cegedim Health Data (data and … material impact on Group Recurring Operating margin. With regard to healthcare policy, the Group has not identified any major European programs at work in the UK, and no contracts with entities in the UK contain …

Dexcom

Linda Kotcher Appointed as Clarify Medical’s Vice President of Market Access and Reimbursement | Business Wire | 3/17/2020

… healthcare policy, and health economics. Most recently, she served as Senior Director, U.S. Market Access and Reimbursement for Hearflow, and previously worked in market access leadership roles at iRhythm, CardioDx, Pathworks Diagnostics, and Dexcom. “Linda’s extensive experience and successful track record of establishing market access for novel medical technologies will undoubtedly bolster our commercialization of the Clarify System,” said George Mahaffey, President and CEO of Clarify Medical. “Because the Clarify …

HealthDay

1 in 5 Insured Hit With Surprise Bills for Surgery | U.S. News & World Report | 2/11/2020

1 in 5 Insured Hit With Surprise Bills for Surgery Feb. 11, 2020 HealthDay Reporter (HealthDay) TUESDAY, Feb. 11, 2020 (HealthDay News) – You scheduled your surgery and made sure both your doctor and hospital are … Dr. Karan Chhabra of the University of Michigan Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation in Ann Arbor. He said 37% of the surprise bills came from out-of-network surgical assistants. Another 37% came from …

Cerner

How Warren’s healthcare plan addresses interoperability | Becker’s Hospital Review | 12/3/2019

… close, the debate between potential 2020 Democratic presidential candidates regarding healthcare is heating up. While each candidate has their own healthcare policy and ideas about what should change, and what should stay the same, one … of patients better if the EHR vendors, including Epic and Cerner, provided more capability for interoperability. The health system is on Epic and he sees the company taking a step in the right direction with …

Medtronic

ViewRay Allies With Two Majors in MR-Guided Radiation Therapy - December 3, 2019 - Zacks.com | 12/3/2019

… Inc. ( VRAY - Free Report ) recently reached a couple of collaborative agreements with two medical device majors, namely Elekta AB and Medtronic plc. (MDT) in the field of MR-guided radiation therapy. With Elekta, an equipment … as the formation of a cooperative group and working on healthcare policy. Under the financial terms of this contract, Elekta will invest capital of up to a 9.9% minority interest in ViewRay. However, this is …

NuVasive

ViewRay Allies With Two Majors in MR-Guided Radiation Therapy - December 3, 2019 - Zacks.com | 12/3/2019

… from the technology. The companies are also exploring initiatives, such as the formation of a cooperative group and working on healthcare policy. Under the financial terms of this contract, Elekta will invest capital of up … Free Report ) , National Vision Holdings, Inc ( EYE - Free Report ) and NuVasive, Inc ( NUVA - Free Report ) . Haemonetics has a Zacks Rank 1 (Strong Buy) and a projected long-term earnings growth rate of 13.5%. National Vision’s …

Merritt Hawkins

Industry Voices—Canada’s cautionary tale on ‘Medicare for All’ | FierceHealthcare | 12/2/2019

… wait an average of 26 days for appointments with specialists, according to a 2017 study of major metropolitan areas by Merritt Hawkins. The Canadian system also skimps on essential diagnostic equipment. The country possesses about … Pipes is president, CEO, and Thomas W. Smith fellow in healthcare policy at the Pacific Research Institute. Her latest book is “The False Promise of Single-Payer Health Care” (Encounter Broadsides). Follow her on Twitter …

Optum

CHI Franciscan CEO shares insights on adopting continuous improvement model | Modern Healthcare | 11/30/2019

… performing at such a high level and you’re coming into an organization that is building to be able to reshape healthcare policy around the country—we’re going to touch 1 in every 4 lives being … Kaiser Permanente or of what was Polyclinic, now part of Optum. We don’t cover (north) Seattle, but we have a prominent partnership with Virginia Mason Medical Center that’s continuing to blossom. Virginia Mason has tremendous …

CVS Health

Seventh Annual U.S. News Healthcare of Tomorrow Conference Spotlights Key Insights for Industry Leaders | PR Newswire | 11/22/2019

… and her hope for industry collaboration toward the goal of improving the patient experience. Larry Merlo , President and CEO of CVS Health, also gave insights into innovative ways that the organization is serving healthcare consumers … Smith also participated in a discussion about the future of healthcare policy. During a keynote luncheon on Nov. 18 , Beam Therapeutics CEO John Evans and MIT scientist Dr. Feng Zhang shared insights into the latest …

CVS

Seventh Annual U.S. News Healthcare of Tomorrow Conference Spotlights Key Insights for Industry Leaders | PR Newswire | 11/22/2019

… and her hope for industry collaboration toward the goal of improving the patient experience. Larry Merlo , President and CEO of CVS Health, also gave insights into innovative ways that the organization is serving healthcare consumers … Smith also participated in a discussion about the future of healthcare policy. During a keynote luncheon on Nov. 18 , Beam Therapeutics CEO John Evans and MIT scientist Dr. Feng Zhang shared insights into the latest …

Merck

Seventh Annual U.S. News Healthcare of Tomorrow Conference Spotlights Key Insights for Industry Leaders | PR Newswire | 11/22/2019

… Leader Tom Daschle and American Hospital Association Vice President Molly Smith also participated in a discussion about the future of healthcare policy. During a keynote luncheon on Nov. 18 , Beam Therapeutics CEO John Evans and … Mayo Clinic, Nemours, Intuitive Surgical, UT Southwestern, AdventHealth, Fujifilm Healthcare, Merck, Surescripts, CommonSpirit, HDR, and Sutter Health among others . Industry professionals interested in learning more about U.S. News Healthcare of Tomorrow can visit U.S. News …

Aledade

Seventh Annual U.S. News Healthcare of Tomorrow Conference Spotlights Key Insights for Industry Leaders | PR Newswire | 11/22/2019

… Aledade; Dr. Ninfa Saunders , President and CEO of Navicent Health; and Tom Skelton , CEO of Surescripts, also sat down for a roundtable discussion on bold moves being taken to improve the quality, efficiency and cost of care delivery in today’s evolving healthcare landscape. Former Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle and American Hospital Association Vice President Molly Smith also participated in a discussion about the future of healthcare policy. During a …

Intuitive Surgical

Seventh Annual U.S. News Healthcare of Tomorrow Conference Spotlights Key Insights for Industry Leaders | PR Newswire | 11/22/2019

… Leader Tom Daschle and American Hospital Association Vice President Molly Smith also participated in a discussion about the future of healthcare policy. During a keynote luncheon on Nov. 18 , Beam Therapeutics CEO John Evans and … here . Conference sponsors included Texas Children’s Hospital, Mayo Clinic, Nemours, Intuitive Surgical, UT Southwestern, AdventHealth, Fujifilm Healthcare, Merck, Surescripts, CommonSpirit, HDR, and Sutter Health among others . Industry professionals interested in learning more about U.S. News …

Surescripts

Seventh Annual U.S. News Healthcare of Tomorrow Conference Spotlights Key Insights for Industry Leaders | PR Newswire | 11/22/2019

… Surescripts, also sat down for a roundtable discussion on bold moves being taken to improve the quality, efficiency and cost of care delivery in today’s evolving healthcare landscape. Former Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle and American Hospital Association Vice President Molly Smith also participated in a discussion about the future of healthcare policy. During a keynote luncheon on Nov. 18 , Beam Therapeutics CEO John Evans and MIT scientist Dr. Feng …

AdventHealth

Seventh Annual U.S. News Healthcare of Tomorrow Conference Spotlights Key Insights for Industry Leaders | PR Newswire | 11/22/2019

… Leader Tom Daschle and American Hospital Association Vice President Molly Smith also participated in a discussion about the future of healthcare policy. During a keynote luncheon on Nov. 18 , Beam Therapeutics CEO John Evans and … Texas Children’s Hospital, Mayo Clinic, Nemours, Intuitive Surgical, UT Southwestern, AdventHealth, Fujifilm Healthcare, Merck, Surescripts, CommonSpirit, HDR, and Sutter Health among others . Industry professionals interested in learning more about U.S. News Healthcare of Tomorrow can …

Beam Therapeutics

Seventh Annual U.S. News Healthcare of Tomorrow Conference Spotlights Key Insights for Industry Leaders | PR Newswire | 11/22/2019

… healthcare policy. During a keynote luncheon on Nov. 18 , Beam Therapeutics CEO John Evans and MIT scientist Dr. Feng Zhang shared insights into the latest advances and challenges related to CRISPR gene editing technologies. CBS Sunday Morning Host Jane Pauley also interviewed Dr. Julie Kaplow , Director of the Trauma and Grief Center and Chief of Psychology at Texas Children’s Hospital, on children facing trauma and the lifelong effects of grief …

Johnson & Johnson

The 26 best books to read if you want to shape healthcare policy, according to top DC power players in the $3.5 trillion industry | Business Insider | 11/22/2019

Amazon This book was recommended by Jane Adams, vice president of federal government affairs and Canada at Johnson & Johnson , and by Matt Salo, the executive director of the National Association of Medicaid Directors . “[Reinhardt] spent … director of President Donald Trump’s Domestic Policy Council. “‘Overcharged’ forces healthcare policy experts to reexamine some of the fundamental assumptions that have been driving health care policy for decades,” Grogan told Business Insider. “Using examples …

UnitedHealth

Meet the 34 DC healthcare power players who shape the rules for a $3.5 trillion industry that touches every American | 11/20/2019

… laws that shape the healthcare industry and determine which industry players profit. Business Insider selected 34 healthcare power players shaping healthcare policy and legislation in DC. The list includes doctors, CEOs, lobbyists, and lawyers who … Nicole Cooper is the vice president of social responsibility at UnitedHealthcare, the biggest US health insurer. Cooper leads national philanthropic grant-making and employee volunteer. The program focus on expanding access to care and on …

Boston Scientific

Meet the power players of DC healthcare politics and policy - Business Insider | 11/13/2019

The list includes doctors, CEOs, lobbyists, and lawyers who have made significant contributions to healthcare policy, which ultimately affects every American. Read on to see the full list of power players. Click here for more … association that represents medical device manufacturers like Abbott, Stryker, and Boston Scientific. Before joining AdvaMed in 2016, Whitaker worked for over a decade at the biotech trade group BIO. He has more than two decades …

Change Healthcare

Gynesonics Names Kelly U. Petrucci Vice President of Healthcare Economics and Market Access | Business Wire | 11/8/2019

… of Healthcare Economics and Market Access. Petrucci reports directly to President and CEO Christopher M. Owens. “Kelly brings strong leadership and valuable experience to the organization with the ability to develop and drive healthcare policy, coverage, coding and broad market strategies at this critically important time for Gynesonics,” Owens said.“As we prepare for a major expansion with the upcoming full launch of our new Sonata 2 System, we will …

Weill Cornell Medicine

University of Utah economists tally societal cost of preterm birth | 11/4/2019

Weill Cornell Medicine Healthcare Policy & Research. The total cost in 2016, including medical costs for children, medical costs of maternal delivery, early intervention and special education services and lost labor market productivity, totaled $25.2 billion, or an average of $64,815 per preterm birth. From 2005 to 2016, the average cost of a preterm birth increased by 25%. The results, Waitzman said, are a starting point for focusing intervention efforts. “How …

Siemens

National Academy of Medicine Elects 100 New Members | 10/21/2019

… Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality grants ever (EvidenceNOW). Dorin Comaniciu, Ph.D., senior vice president, Artificial Intelligence and Digital Innovation, Siemens Healthineers, Princeton, N.J. For contributions to diagnostic imaging and image-guided therapy that have … research. Rainu Kaushal, M.D., M.P.H., Nanette Laitman Distinguished Professor of Healthcare Policy and Research and chair, department of health care policy and research, Weill Cornell Medicine; and physician-in-chief, Healthcare Policy and Research, New …

Siemens Healthineers

Turkey Medical Imaging Market 2019-2021: Four Manufacturers Control Approximately 80% of the Market | PR Newswire | 9/13/2019

… end of 2017, 65% of the installed base is in public facilities. Four manufacturers control approximately 80% of the market. Siemens Healthineers consistently has been the market leader in the CT and MRI spaces for … Covered: Executive Summary Research Methodology Study Scope Overview of Turkey’s Healthcare Policy Snapshot of Turkey Overview of Turkey’s Health Transformation Program of 2003-2013 A Snapshot of Turkey’s Healthcare Reform and Policy Recent Developments in Turkey’s …

Morgan Stanley

GoHealth, Inc. Announces Filing of Registration Statement for Proposed Initial Public Offering | Business Wire | 6/19/2020

… be completed, or as to the actual size or terms of the offering. Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC, BofA Securities and Morgan Stanley are acting as the managing bookrunners for the proposed offering. Barclays, Credit Suisse … science and deep industry expertise to match customers with the healthcare policy and carrier that is best for them. Since its inception, GoHealth has enrolled millions of people in Medicare and individual and family plans …

Perrigo to Present at the Morgan Stanley Global Consumer & Retail Conference | PR Newswire | 11/13/2019

… NYSE; TASE: PRGO), today announced that CEO and President, Murray S. Kessler and CFO, Ray Silcock , will present at the Morgan Stanley Global Consumer & Retail Conference at 10:00 AM EST on Wednesday , December 4, 2019 … or sales halts; the impact of tax reform legislation and healthcare policy; general economic conditions; fluctuations in currency exchange rates and interest rates; the consummation of announced acquisitions or dispositions and the success of such …

RBC Capital Markets

GoHealth, Inc. Announces Filing of Registration Statement for Proposed Initial Public Offering | Yahoo News | 6/19/2020

… BofA Securities and Morgan Stanley are acting as the managing bookrunners for the proposed offering. Barclays, Credit Suisse, Evercore ISI, RBC Capital Markets and William Blair are acting as bookrunners for the proposed offering. Cantor … science and deep industry expertise to match customers with the healthcare policy and carrier that is best for them. Since its inception, GoHealth has enrolled millions of people in Medicare and individual and family plans …

GoHealth, Inc. Announces Filing of Registration Statement for Proposed Initial Public Offering | Business Wire | 6/19/2020

… BofA Securities and Morgan Stanley are acting as the managing bookrunners for the proposed offering. Barclays, Credit Suisse, Evercore ISI, RBC Capital Markets and William Blair are acting as bookrunners for the proposed offering. Cantor … science and deep industry expertise to match customers with the healthcare policy and carrier that is best for them. Since its inception, GoHealth has enrolled millions of people in Medicare and individual and family plans …

HMS Holdings

HMS Holdings Stock Price Vs. Policy Uncertainty - HMS Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ:HMSY) | Seeking Alpha | 10/5/2019

Thesis As with other prominent healthcare stocks, HMS Holdings ( HMSY ) has taken it on the chin the last couple months. After hitting an all-time high of $40+, the stock is back down to $34 given the prevailing concerns related to uncertainty around the future of healthcare policy. HMS Holdings has a unique niche in the healthcare industry. It sells cost containment solutions to health plans, primarily Medicaid agencies and …

HMS Announces Appointment of Two New Board Members | Globe Newswire | 6/20/2019

June 20, 2019 09:00 ET Source: HMS Holdings Corp IRVING, Texas, June 20, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – HMS Holdings Corp. (Nasdaq: HMSY) today announced that Katherine Baicker and Jeffrey Rideout have been named to the Company’s … in their fields of expertise. Kate brings extensive experience in healthcare policy and economic research to our Board, and Jeff brings a deep understanding of managed care, health information technology, value-based care, and quality …

GE Ventures

HMS Announces Appointment of Two New Board Members | Globe Newswire | 6/20/2019

… said Bill Lucia, Chairman and CEO. “Both are accomplished leaders in their fields of expertise. Kate brings extensive experience in healthcare policy and economic research to our Board, and Jeff brings a deep understanding of … California, California’s State-based exchange, and as Senior Advisor to GE Ventures, where he focused on new business development related to Digital Health and Digital Therapeutics. Prior to that, Dr. Rideout had served as Chief …

Aural Pleasures, 2017 Edition: Podcasts For Health Entrepreneurs | Forbes | 12/18/2017

… Tonics : Yes, obvious conflict/disclosure here, this is the biweekly podcast that Lisa “ Venture Valkyrie ” Suennen, Senior Managing Director of GE Ventures, and I have been hosting (independently, pro bono, and for fun) since 2015 … others. Often Relevant Politico’s Pulse Check : The ultimate podcast for healthcare policy wonks, Dan Diamond’s interviews are consistently thought-provoking, insightful, and not afraid to delve deep into the details. I’ve appreciated his robust coverage …

New Enterprise Associates

NEA Promotes Aaron Jacobson To Partner, Welcomes Kavita Patel As Venture Partner | PR Newswire | 11/16/2017

New Enterprise Associates, Inc. (NEA) today announced the promotion of Aaron Jacobson to Partner. Jacobson is an early-stage technology investor based in the firm’s Menlo Park and San Francisco offices. NEA also welcomed Kavita Patel , M.D. as a Venture Partner on the firm’s healthcare team. Patel is a physician and healthcare policy expert based in the Washington, D.C. region. Jacobson, who joined NEA in 2011, invests in entrepreneurs seeking …

NEA Promotes Aaron Jacobson To Partner, Welcomes Kavita Patel As Venture Partner | PR Newswire | 11/16/2017

MENLO PARK, Calif. , Nov. Global venture capital firm New Enterprise Associates, Inc. (NEA) today announced the promotion of Aaron Jacobson to Partner. Jacobson is an early-stage technology investor based in the firm’s Menlo Park and San Francisco offices. NEA also welcomed Kavita Patel , M.D. as a Venture Partner on the firm’s healthcare team. Patel is a physician and healthcare policy expert based in the Washington, D.C. region. Jacobson, who …

Michigan Medicine

1/3 of parents in 3 states may not send children to school because of COVID-19 | Phys Org | 6/27/2020

Michigan Medicine C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, CHEAR and the U-M Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation, which funded the report. “On the one hand, sending children to school could increase the risk of COVID-19 among children and family members. On the other hand, children who don’t return to in-person school may experience disruptions in their education. Some families simply don’t have a choice because they need to …

Children's Hospital

1/3 of parents in 3 states may not send children to school because of COVID-19 | Phys Org | 6/27/2020

… Children’s Hospital, CHEAR and the U-M Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation, which funded the report. “On the one hand, sending children to school could increase the risk of COVID-19 among children and family members. On the other hand, children who don’t return to in-person school may experience disruptions in their education. Some families simply don’t have a choice because they need to go to work.” Parents …

Medical Center

VA medical facilities struggle to cope with the coronavirus | LA Times | 4/23/2020

… to cope with the coronavirus Army veteran Clarence Shields joins a small group of picketers outside the Baltimore Veterans Affairs Medical Center on Wednesday. (Associated Press) Print BOSTON — As she treated patient after patient infected … Susan Gordon, a senior policy analyst at the nonpartisan Veterans Healthcare Policy Institute, said VA preparations were hampered by inadequate funding and staff, leaving it with nearly 50,000 job openings. “In VA facilities all over …

Department of Veterans Affairs

VA Medical Facilities Struggle to Cope With Coronavirus | U.S. News & World Report | 4/23/2020

Massachusetts News VA Medical Facilities Struggle to Cope With Coronavirus The Department of Veterans Affairs is struggling with shortages of workers at its health care facilities as it cares for veterans infected with the novel … Susan Gordon, a senior policy analyst at the nonpartisan Veterans Healthcare Policy Institute, said VA preparations were hampered by inadequate funding and staff, leaving it with nearly 50,000 job openings. “In VA facilities all over …

Harvard Medical School

Feds under pressure to publicly track nursing home outbreaks | Modern Healthcare | 4/15/2020

Public health experts say the lack of transparency has been a major blindspot, and that publicizing outbreaks as they happen could not only alert nearby communities and anguished relatives but also help officials see where to focus testing and other safety measures. “This is basic public health — you track this, you study it, and you learn from it,” said David Grabowski, who specializes in healthcare policy at Harvard Medical School

Kaiser Permanente

CHI Franciscan CEO shares insights on adopting continuous improvement model | Modern Healthcare | 11/30/2019

… performing at such a high level and you’re coming into an organization that is building to be able to reshape healthcare policy around the country—we’re going to touch 1 in every 4 lives being … that community are part of a larger system, part of Kaiser Permanente or of what was Polyclinic, now part of Optum. We don’t cover (north) Seattle, but we have a prominent partnership with Virginia Mason …

CommonSpirit Health

CHI Franciscan CEO shares insights on adopting continuous improvement model | Modern Healthcare | 11/30/2019

Print As president of CommonSpirit Health’s Pacific Northwest Division, Ketul Patel leads one of the most prominent units in the health system’s national network. He’s also CEO for CHI Franciscan, having joined the organization in … an organization that is building to be able to reshape healthcare policy around the country—we’re going to touch 1 in every 4 lives being in 21 states—it’s a great place for us in …

Nemours Children's Health System

Seventh Annual U.S. News Healthcare of Tomorrow Conference Spotlights Key Insights for Industry Leaders | PR Newswire | 11/22/2019

… to localize care by making an effort to meet people in their communities. Dr. Larry Moss , President and CEO of Nemours Children’s Health System, also shared his perspective on how pediatric providers can and must … Smith also participated in a discussion about the future of healthcare policy. During a keynote luncheon on Nov. 18 , Beam Therapeutics CEO John Evans and MIT scientist Dr. Feng Zhang shared insights into the latest …

Mayo Clinic

Seventh Annual U.S. News Healthcare of Tomorrow Conference Spotlights Key Insights for Industry Leaders | PR Newswire | 11/22/2019

… Leader Tom Daschle and American Hospital Association Vice President Molly Smith also participated in a discussion about the future of healthcare policy. During a keynote luncheon on Nov. 18 , Beam Therapeutics CEO John Evans and … can be found here . Conference sponsors included Texas Children’s Hospital, Mayo Clinic, Nemours, Intuitive Surgical, UT Southwestern, AdventHealth, Fujifilm Healthcare, Merck, Surescripts, CommonSpirit, HDR, and Sutter Health among others . Industry professionals interested in learning more …

Intermountain Healthcare

Seventh Annual U.S. News Healthcare of Tomorrow Conference Spotlights Key Insights for Industry Leaders | PR Newswire | 11/22/2019

… Leader Tom Daschle and American Hospital Association Vice President Molly Smith also participated in a discussion about the future of healthcare policy. During a keynote luncheon on Nov. 18 , Beam Therapeutics CEO John Evans and … Dan Liljenquist , Senior Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer for Intermountain Healthcare; and Dr. Rachel Werner , Executive Director of the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics at the University of Pennsylvania . All the latest session …

Henry Ford Health System

Seventh Annual U.S. News Healthcare of Tomorrow Conference Spotlights Key Insights for Industry Leaders | PR Newswire | 11/22/2019

… perspective on how pediatric providers can and must address the social determinants. Wright L. Lassiter III, President and CEO of Henry Ford Health System; Martin VanTrieste , President and CEO of Civica Rx; Dr. Farzad Mostashari … Smith also participated in a discussion about the future of healthcare policy. During a keynote luncheon on Nov. 18 , Beam Therapeutics CEO John Evans and MIT scientist Dr. Feng Zhang shared insights into the latest …

Navicent Health

Seventh Annual U.S. News Healthcare of Tomorrow Conference Spotlights Key Insights for Industry Leaders | PR Newswire | 11/22/2019

… Navicent Health; and Tom Skelton , CEO of Surescripts, also sat down for a roundtable discussion on bold moves being taken to improve the quality, efficiency and cost of care delivery in today’s evolving healthcare landscape. Former Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle and American Hospital Association Vice President Molly Smith also participated in a discussion about the future of healthcare policy. During a keynote luncheon on Nov. 18 , Beam Therapeutics CEO …

Sutter Health

Seventh Annual U.S. News Healthcare of Tomorrow Conference Spotlights Key Insights for Industry Leaders | PR Newswire | 11/22/2019

… Leader Tom Daschle and American Hospital Association Vice President Molly Smith also participated in a discussion about the future of healthcare policy. During a keynote luncheon on Nov. 18 , Beam Therapeutics CEO John Evans and … UT Southwestern, AdventHealth, Fujifilm Healthcare, Merck, Surescripts, CommonSpirit, HDR, and Sutter Health among others . Industry professionals interested in learning more about U.S. News Healthcare of Tomorrow can visit U.S. News Healthcare of Tomorrow and sign …

University Hospital

Trump rule on health insurance leaves immigrants, companies scrambling for answers | MSN | 10/31/2019

Reuters/Lee Celano Beds lie empty in emergency room of Tulane University Hospital in New Orleans LOS ANGELES/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Nearly a decade after receiving U.S. citizenship, Guatemalan-born Mayra Lopez thought she had … more likely than United States citizens to lack health insurance.” Healthcare policy experts say immigrants use the U.S. system less often than Americans. According to an analysis by Leighton Ku, Director of the Center for …

Community Hospital

access.mobile International Announces New Chief Medical Officer to Accelerate Clinical Innovation and Quality Improvement | PRWeb | 10/17/2019

… and innovation as well as medical compliance. She will also support the company in thought leadership on digital health and healthcare policy in the US and other international markets. Over the past 15 years, Dr … as the first quality executive of Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital, which received “HIMSS Stage 7” and “Most Wired” designations due to her contributions. Dr. Briggs has received several awards of recognition, including the …

Massachusetts General Hospital

Corrigendum to “SARC018_SPORE02: Phase II Study of Mocetinostat Administered with Gemcitabine for Patients with Metastatic Leiomyosarcoma with Progression or Relapse following Prior Treatment with Gemcitabine-Containing Therapy” | 8/27/2019

https://doi.org/10.1155/2019/7608743 Corrigendum Corrigendum to “SARC018_SPORE02: Phase II Study of Mocetinostat Administered with Gemcitabine for Patients with Metastatic Leiomyosarcoma with Progression or Relapse following Prior Treatment with Gemcitabine-Containing Therapy” 1 Massachusetts General Hospital, Division of Hematology Oncology, 55 Fruit Street, Boston, MA 02114, USA 2 Weill Cornell Medicine Healthcare Policy and Research, 402 East 67th Street, LA-225, New York, NY 10065, USA 3 The Ohio State …

Dignity Health

NEA Promotes Aaron Jacobson To Partner, Welcomes Kavita Patel As Venture Partner | PR Newswire | 11/16/2017

… NEA also welcomed Kavita Patel , M.D. as a Venture Partner on the firm’s healthcare team. Patel is a physician and healthcare policy expert based in the Washington, D.C. region. Jacobson, who joined NEA in 2011 … welcome her to the team.” Patel is a director of Dignity Health , Tesaro , and SSM Health Care . She frequently provides expert commentary to radio and print media outlets, including National Public Radio, CBS, Newsweek and …

Johns Hopkins Medicine

NEA Promotes Aaron Jacobson To Partner, Welcomes Kavita Patel As Venture Partner | PR Newswire | 11/16/2017

… NEA also welcomed Kavita Patel , M.D. as a Venture Partner on the firm’s healthcare team. Patel is a physician and healthcare policy expert based in the Washington, D.C. region. Jacobson, who joined NEA in 2011 … to her role at NEA, is a practicing physician at Johns Hopkins Medicine. She previously served in the Obama Administration as Director of Policy for the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs and Public Engagement in the …

St. Joseph's Healthcare System

U.S. News Convenes Leaders to Discuss the Future of Health Policy at Annual Healthcare of Tomorrow Forum | PR Newswire | 11/2/2017

… of Best Hospitals for more than 25 years, will convene a special series of discussions focused on the future of healthcare policy during the final day of its fifth annual Healthcare of Tomorrow conference, taking … Prescient Medicine Mark S. Rosenberg , DO, Chairman of Emergency Medicine, St. Joseph’s Healthcare System “From the debate on the future of the Affordable Care Act to the opioid epidemic, hospitals and health systems in America …

Northwell Health

America’s Dementia Caregivers Cite Stresses, Rewards | Everyday Health | 10/30/2017

… heavy demands. However, the new survey turned up some surprises, said Erica Solway, of the University of Michigan’s Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation. A striking finding, she said, was that 45 percent of caregivers … health. Dr. Gisele Wolf-Klein, director of geriatric education for Northwell Health in Great Neck, N.Y., was not surprised by that finding, saying she’s witnessed how caregivers put their own health care on the back …

Cigna

Wall Street climbs on hopes of outbreak peaking, Sanders suspending White House bid | Business Insider | 4/9/2020

Cigna jumped between 4% and 7%, and the healthcare index .SPXHC provided one of the biggest boosts among the 11 major S&P 500 .SPX sectors. Sanders’ embrace of a Medicare for all healthcare policy would have essentially abolished private insurance and had cast a shadow on healthcare stocks for months. The news added to early gains after President Donald Trump said the United States might be getting to the …

Wall Street climbs on hopes of U.S. outbreak nearing peak | Yahoo News | 4/8/2020

Cigna jumped between 4% and 7%, and the healthcare index provided one of the biggest boosts among the 11 major S&P 500 sectors. Sanders’ embrace of a Medicare for all healthcare policy would have essentially abolished private insurance and had cast a shadow on healthcare stocks for months. The news added to early gains after President Donald Trump said the United States might be getting to the top of …

UnitedHealthcare

Meet the 34 DC healthcare power players who shape the rules for a $3.5 trillion industry that touches every American | 11/20/2019

… laws that shape the healthcare industry and determine which industry players profit. Business Insider selected 34 healthcare power players shaping healthcare policy and legislation in DC. The list includes doctors, CEOs, lobbyists, and lawyers who … Nicole Cooper is the vice president of social responsibility at UnitedHealthcare, the biggest US health insurer. Cooper leads national philanthropic grant-making and employee volunteer. The program focus on expanding access to care and on …

Meet the power players of DC healthcare politics and policy - Business Insider | 11/13/2019

The list includes doctors, CEOs, lobbyists, and lawyers who have made significant contributions to healthcare policy, which ultimately affects every American. Read on to see the full list of power players. Click here for more … Nicole Cooper Nicole Cooper, vice president of social responsibility at UnitedHealthcare. Photo courtesy of Dr. Nicole Cooper. Nicole Cooper is the vice president of social responsibility at UnitedHealthcare , the biggest US health insurer. Cooper leads …

Humana

Meet the power players of DC healthcare politics and policy - Business Insider | 11/13/2019

The list includes doctors, CEOs, lobbyists, and lawyers who have made significant contributions to healthcare policy, which ultimately affects every American. Read on to see the full list of power players. Click here for more … array of healthcare clients. He’s worked for Verily Life Sciences , Humana , and the American Medical Association , according to Open Secrets . Before joining the lobbying firm, Rosen was the chief healthcare adviser to then-Senate Majority …

Investing With Our 2020 Healthcare Policy Outlook | Morningstar | 9/6/2019

… the Medicare program would likely boost industrywide enrollment in Medicare Advantage by roughly 5%, by our estimate, with UnitedHealth and Humana ( HUM ) best positioned to benefit. A public option offered via Medicaid, on the other … posed in April 2015. It’s not surprising, then, to see healthcare policy mark the cornerstone of many Democratic candidates’ platforms. However, there seems to be a divergence between those advocating for dramatic reform and those …

Aetna

The Top 7 issues in healthcare today | Becker’s Hospital Review | 10/12/2019

… has been for a long time,” Ms. Buckley said. The seven most pressing issues, according to Ms. Buckley: 1. Presidential healthcare policy. Ms. Buckley gave an overview of presidential healthcare policy over the past several … are easing their way into the healthcare industry. CVS and Aetna merged. It’s all a symptom of frustration within the healthcare industry and outside players trying to disrupt it to fix the problems, Ms. Buckley …

Investing With Our 2020 Healthcare Policy Outlook | Morningstar | 9/6/2019

… ratio near 14 times. CVS Health ( CVS ) is the most deeply discounted company in the group following its acquisition of Aetna in late 2018, and UnitedHealth Group ( UNH ) is the widest-moat company offering an … posed in April 2015. It’s not surprising, then, to see healthcare policy mark the cornerstone of many Democratic candidates’ platforms. However, there seems to be a divergence between those advocating for dramatic reform and those …

Molina Healthcare

Former Molina CEO named Calif. medical school dean | Modern Healthcare | 8/27/2019

Dr. J. Mario Molina, the former CEO of Medicaid managed care insurer Molina Healthcare, has been named the founding dean of Claremont, Calif.-based Keck Graduate Institute’s new school of medicine. Though it will be several years before the KGI School of Medicine opens its doors to its first class of students, Molina already has big plans to transform medical education to focus on team-based learning while bringing healthcare …

Resurgent health insurer stocks face test at Democratic debates | Yahoo News | 6/26/2019

… the past two months could come under pressure this week as Democrats square off in their first presidential debates, with healthcare policy reform potentially high on the agenda.” data-reactid=”23” NEW YORK (Reuters) - Shares … that time, Anthem climbed 20%, UnitedHealth Group rose 14% and Molina Healthcare increased nearly 25%. Investors seem more confident that the chances are small that the 2020 elections will result in a government-run healthcare …

Harvard Pilgrim Health Care

Industry Roundtable: Experts Agree that Debate Over Healthcare Policy Will Not Slow Transition to Value-Based Care | PR Newswire | 1/10/2018

Worldwide Offices Industry Roundtable: Experts Agree that Debate Over Healthcare Policy Will Not Slow Transition to Value-Based Care Thought leaders cite progress in 2017 and anticipate accelerated pace of change in 2018 with a … Michael Sherman , Chief Medical Officer & Senior Vice President, Health Services, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, who oversaw the first value-based care deal between Harvard Pilgrim and Amgen, which focused on drug performance. Scott Weingarten , Senior …

Industry Roundtable: Experts Agree that Debate Over Healthcare Policy Will Not Slow Transition to | PR Newswire | 1/10/2018

… President and CEO, Blue Cross NC, and former Head of Innovation at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid, where he advanced bundled payment models. Michael Sherman , Chief Medical Officer & Senior Vice President, Health Services, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, who oversaw the first value-based care deal between Harvard Pilgrim and Amgen, which focused on drug performance. Scott Weingarten , Senior Vice President, Chief Clinical Transformation Officer, Cedars-Sinai, who has been a …

Joe Biden

Healthcare Sector Less Appealing After Market Rebound | Morningstar | 6/30/2020

healthcare policy change in the U.S. appear to have faded, with the more moderate Joe Biden the presumptive Democratic nominee for president. Healthcare sector index versus market index. - source: Morningstar Overall, we view the healthcare sector as slightly overvalued following the recent market rebound. Our coverage trades at a premium to our overall estimate of intrinsic value, with the median price/fair value at 1.06. Given strong recent market gains …

Bernie Sanders

I Met Bernie Sanders for my Make A Wish and Now I am Voting Joe Biden | Medium | 6/29/2020

healthcare policy became my means of distracting myself from the cold hard metallic flavor that came with chemotherapy. Around the same time I picked up the mail and saw the exurbanite costs of my radiation and regular CT scans, I learned about Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. While he was not running for the democratic nomination at the time, I spent hours learning about him and his brand of politics. It …

Donald Trump

FiercePharmaPolitics—How would a Biden White House handle drug prices? Depends on congressional races, analysts say | FiercePharma | 6/29/2020

Donald Trump and Republicans retain the White House and Senate, “passing any drug pricing legislation becomes less certain,” SVB Leerink analyst Geoffrey Porges wrote in a separate note to clients. Porges’ team recently spoke with two healthcare policy specialists who said that if Democrats capture a Senate majority, they expect “significant changes” to Medicare Part D. Those changes would be “at a minimum equivalent” to the drug pricing bill from …

Ron Wyden

FiercePharmaPolitics—How would a Biden White House handle drug prices? Depends on congressional races, analysts say | FiercePharma | 6/29/2020

healthcare policy specialists who said that if Democrats capture a Senate majority, they expect “significant changes” to Medicare Part D. Those changes would be “at a minimum equivalent” to the drug pricing bill from Sens. Charles Grassley and Ron Wyden, which calls for drug price hike limits and an out-of-pocket cap for patients. RELATED: Net prices decline in the first quarter, but the political threat returns Looking forward …

Murray S. Kessler

Perrigo Furthers Its Consumer-Focused Transformation By Divesting Its U.K. Generic Prescription Pharmaceuticals Business For £156 Million Or Approximately $195 Million | PR Newswire | 6/19/2020

… the same day, represents another step in Perrigo’s transformation to a consumer-focused self-care company. Perrigo CEO and President Murray S. Kessler commented, “We are pleased to have reached an agreement to divest Perrigo’s … or sales halts; the impact of tax reform legislation and healthcare policy; the timing, amount and cost of any share repurchases; fluctuations in currency exchange rates and interest rates; the consummation of announced acquisitions or …

Joe Grogan

Top White House healthcare policy deputy resigns | Modern Healthcare | 4/30/2020

Domestic Policy Council chief Joe Grogan has been a powerful force in shaping the Trump administration’s healthcare policy since he ascended to his post in early 2019. His departure comes shortly after former congressman Mark Meadows started working as White House chief of staff. The Wall Street Journal first reported Grogan’s plans to leave his post on May 24. Grogan is a member of the administration’s Coronavirus Task Force and …

Clint Jones

GoHealth Expands Telecare Team to Assist Seniors during COVID-19 Pandemic | Markets Insider | Business Insider | 4/9/2020

… Medicare beneficiaries all day long, helping them understand their insurance plan and the benefits that are available to them,” said Clint Jones , co-founder and CEO of GoHealth. “We are hiring over 1,000 new licensed … science and deep industry expertise to match consumers with the healthcare policy and carrier that is best for them. The company partners with the nation’s top health insurance carriers as a trusted extension of their …

David Paul

Want To See What Your City’s Pandemic Plan Says? Good Luck. | NPR | 4/3/2020

… in-place order. On March 19, California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced a shelter-in-place order for the entire state. David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption toggle caption David Paul Morris/Bloomberg … Alex Capron, a professor of law and medicine, specializing in healthcare policy and ethics, at the University of Southern California. Funding — or lack thereof — may be another reason local governments struggle to post updated plans …

Paul Morris

Want To See What Your City’s Pandemic Plan Says? Good Luck. | NPR | 4/3/2020

… place order. On March 19, California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced a shelter-in-place order for the entire state. David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption toggle caption David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via … Alex Capron, a professor of law and medicine, specializing in healthcare policy and ethics, at the University of Southern California. Funding — or lack thereof — may be another reason local governments struggle to post updated plans …

Laura Wood

Latin American Healthcare Systems, 2020: The Impact of COVID-19 – Health Ministries Have Differentiated Policy Reactions | PR Newswire | 3/28/2020

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Avik Roy

Tackle healthcare affordability through competition | Modern Healthcare | 3/21/2020

Print Avik Roy is president of the Foundation for Research on Equal Opportunity. The conversation about healthcare policy today is rightly focused on mitigating the COVID-19 pandemic, and ensuring that American hospitals avoid the fate of Italy’s. But while we do that, we cannot completely forget about the other, more familiar crisis in U.S. healthcare: affordability. As I write this, Congress is considering a $1 trillion aid package to …

Elizabeth Warren

Hiltzik: Will coronavirus lead to lasting economic policy change? - Los Angeles Times | LA Times | 3/20/2020

… into raving Keynesians, proclaiming the virtues of deficit-financed economic stimulus. We’re not writing blank checks to giant corporations. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) Advertisement The same leaders who were pushing reductions in Social Security … related disease.) What the coronavirus crisis tells us about American healthcare policy is straightforward. The 14 red states that have still not enacted Medicaid expansion to cover their lowest-income residents should do so now …

Deane Waldman

Should More States Follow Colorado’s Lead by Taking Healthcare Away from Washington? | PR Newswire | 3/10/2020

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. , March 10, For more than five decades, Washington has been claiming to reform healthcare with its one-size-fits-all, top-down approach. The failing system we have now is the result of their multiple “fixes.” According to Deane Waldman , M.D., M.B.A. professor emeritus of pediatrics, pathology, and decision science and former director of Center for Healthcare Policy at Texas Public Policy Foundation, “We need to remove the …

Nancy Pelosi

Even When Patients Plan Ahead A Significant Number Can Be Walloped By Surprise Medical Bills | Kaiser Health News | 2/12/2020

… this actually happened or how damaging it could be,” said Dr. Karan Chhabra, of the University of Michigan Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation in Ann Arbor and Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, who … from doctors and providers. In a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) dated Monday, 39 Republicans, led by Rep. Andy Harris (R-Md.) warned against passing a bill that would impose what they …

Kamala Harris

Harris out | 12/3/2019

… Published 57 mins ago Harris out By Chris Stirewalt Fox News Facebook Twitter Flipboard Comments Print Email close Video Sen. Kamala Harris will drop out of 2020 race Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris informs her … fast-rising rival Pete Buttigieg ‘stole’ the former vice president’s healthcare policy proposals, as the two battle for support in the early nominating state of Iowa. Biden, among the leaders in the 16-member Democratic …

Pete Buttigieg

Biden says Buttigieg ‘stole’ his U.S. healthcare plan | Yahoo News | 12/3/2019

U.S. Democratic presidential contender Joe Biden said on Monday that his fast-rising rival Pete Buttigieg “stole” the former vice president’s healthcare policy proposals, as the two battle for support in the early nominating state of Iowa.” data-reactid=”12” FORT DODGE, Iowa, Dec 2 (Reuters) - U.S. Democratic presidential contender Joe Biden said on Monday that his fast-rising rival Pete Buttigieg “stole” the former vice president’s healthcare policy proposals …

Hector De La Torre

Employer-based Health Coverage Remains Strong, With Concerns about Affordability | PR Newswire | 12/3/2019

… for Health ) “There is awareness of employee physical health impacts in the workplace in terms of absenteeism and productivity,” said Hector De La Torre , executive director of Transamerica Center for Health Studies (TCHS). “But the … and 72% for paternity leave/benefits. “With some uncertainty about healthcare policy in Washington, D.C. , employers remain focused on maintaining employee health benefits and holding down healthcare costs – and in some cases, are optimistic about …

Amy Klobuchar

Fox News Halftime Report – Harris out | 12/3/2019

… Democratic presidential contender Joe Biden said on Monday that his fast-rising rival Pete Buttigieg ‘stole’ the former vice president’s healthcare policy proposals, as the two battle for support in the early nominating state of … qualified for the debate: Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg, Kamala Harris, Amy Klobuchar , Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren . Candidates have until Dec. 12 to qualify for the debate, which is hosted by POLITICO and PBS NewsHour …

Seema Verma

Seventh Annual U.S. News Healthcare of Tomorrow Conference Spotlights Key Insights for Industry Leaders | PR Newswire | 11/22/2019

… and care in this country.” Healthcare of Tomorrow featured a wide range of prominent speakers, including a fireside chat with Seema Verma , Administrator of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, who shared perspective on the … Smith also participated in a discussion about the future of healthcare policy. During a keynote luncheon on Nov. 18 , Beam Therapeutics CEO John Evans and MIT scientist Dr. Feng Zhang shared insights into the latest …

Ady Barkan

The 26 best books to read if you want to shape healthcare … | Business Insider | 11/22/2019

For the first time, Business Insider has put together a list of DC healthcare power players who are shaping healthcare policy and legislation in Washington. With healthcare policy taking center stage in the political arena … that represents medical device manufacturers. “Eyes to the Wind” by Ady Barkan Amazon Recommended by Bonnie Castillo , the executive director of National Nurses United. “Ady Barkan, an incredible activist and dying patient, recently released this …

Tom Daschle

Seventh Annual U.S. News Healthcare of Tomorrow Conference Spotlights Key Insights for Industry Leaders | PR Newswire | 11/22/2019

Tom Daschle and American Hospital Association Vice President Molly Smith also participated in a discussion about the future of healthcare policy. During a keynote luncheon on Nov. 18 , Beam Therapeutics CEO John Evans and MIT scientist Dr. Feng Zhang shared insights into the latest advances and challenges related to CRISPR gene editing technologies. CBS Sunday Morning Host Jane Pauley also interviewed Dr. Julie Kaplow , Director of the Trauma and Grief …

Farzad Mostashari

Seventh Annual U.S. News Healthcare of Tomorrow Conference Spotlights Key Insights for Industry Leaders | PR Newswire | 11/22/2019

… L. Lassiter III, President and CEO of Henry Ford Health System; Martin VanTrieste , President and CEO of Civica Rx; Dr. Farzad Mostashari , CEO of Aledade; Dr. Ninfa Saunders , President and CEO of Navicent Health; and … Smith also participated in a discussion about the future of healthcare policy. During a keynote luncheon on Nov. 18 , Beam Therapeutics CEO John Evans and MIT scientist Dr. Feng Zhang shared insights into the latest …

Ninfa Saunders

Seventh Annual U.S. News Healthcare of Tomorrow Conference Spotlights Key Insights for Industry Leaders | PR Newswire | 11/22/2019

Ninfa Saunders , President and CEO of Navicent Health; and Tom Skelton , CEO of Surescripts, also sat down for a roundtable discussion on bold moves being taken to improve the quality, efficiency and cost of care delivery in today’s evolving healthcare landscape. Former Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle and American Hospital Association Vice President Molly Smith also participated in a discussion about the future of healthcare policy. During a keynote luncheon …

Molly Smith

Seventh Annual U.S. News Healthcare of Tomorrow Conference Spotlights Key Insights for Industry Leaders | PR Newswire | 11/22/2019

Molly Smith also participated in a discussion about the future of healthcare policy. During a keynote luncheon on Nov. 18 , Beam Therapeutics CEO John Evans and MIT scientist Dr. Feng Zhang shared insights into the latest advances and challenges related to CRISPR gene editing technologies. CBS Sunday Morning Host Jane Pauley also interviewed Dr. Julie Kaplow , Director of the Trauma and Grief Center and Chief of Psychology at Texas Children’s …

Tom Skelton

Seventh Annual U.S. News Healthcare of Tomorrow Conference Spotlights Key Insights for Industry Leaders | PR Newswire | 11/22/2019

Tom Skelton , CEO of Surescripts, also sat down for a roundtable discussion on bold moves being taken to improve the quality, efficiency and cost of care delivery in today’s evolving healthcare landscape. Former Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle and American Hospital Association Vice President Molly Smith also participated in a discussion about the future of healthcare policy. During a keynote luncheon on Nov. 18 , Beam Therapeutics CEO John Evans and …

State of Michigan

1/3 of Parents in 3 States May Not Send Children to School Because of COVID-19 | 6/29/2020

… 10:13 AM 1/3 of Parents in 3 States May Not Send Children to School Because of COVID-19 Parents in Michigan, Ohio and Illinois varied in their support for risk-reduction measures like random COVID … Mott Children’s Hospital , CHEAR and the U-M Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation , which funded the report. “On the one hand, sending children to school could increase the risk of COVID-19 among children …

Professors and staff predict future of medical school post-pandemic - Business Insider | 6/29/2020

… the increasing role technology will play in the healthcare industry, said Andrew Ibrahim , a resident surgeon at the University of Michigan and chief medical officer at global architecture firm HOK who's been on … have previously been studied in silos — and predicts healthcare and healthcare policy will become increasingly intertwined with design and planning. “I believe that architects can really benefit from added expertise in public health and healthcare …

State of Illinois

1/3 of Parents in 3 States May Not Send Children to School Because of COVID-19 | 6/29/2020

… of Parents in 3 States May Not Send Children to School Because of COVID-19 Parents in Michigan, Ohio and Illinois varied in their support for risk-reduction measures like random COVID-19 testing and … Mott Children’s Hospital , CHEAR and the U-M Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation , which funded the report. “On the one hand, sending children to school could increase the risk of COVID-19 among children …

Professors and staff predict future of medical school post-pandemic - Business Insider | 6/29/2020

… transmission of the coronavirus,” said Chris Colbert , assistant program director of the emergency medicine residency program at the University of Illinois at Chicago. From a renewed emphasis on technology to new teaching methods and dual … have previously been studied in silos — and predicts healthcare and healthcare policy will become increasingly intertwined with design and planning. “I believe that architects can really benefit from added expertise in public health and healthcare …

State of California

25 Experts Named to Independent Coronavirus Commission for Safety and Quality in Nursing Homes | Business Wire | 6/19/2020

… Health + Hospitals, soon to be of CareRite, New York Lisa M. Brown , PhD, ABPP; Professor of Psychology, Palo Alto University, California Mark Burket, CEO, Platte Health Center Avera, South Dakota Eric M. Carlson, JD; Directing … Term Support Administration, Washington David C. Grabowski , PhD; Professor of Healthcare Policy, Harvard University, Massachusetts Camille Rochelle Jordan , RN, BSN, MSN, APRN, FNP-C, CDP; Senior Vice President of Clinical Operations & Innovations, Signature Healthcare, Kentucky …

25 Experts Named to Independent Coronavirus Commission for Safety and Quality in Nursing Homes | Business Wire | 6/19/2020

… Health + Hospitals, soon to be of CareRite, New York Lisa M. Brown , PhD, ABPP; Professor of Psychology, Palo Alto University, California Mark Burket, CEO, Platte Health Center Avera, South Dakota Eric M. Carlson, JD; Directing … Term Support Administration, Washington David C. Grabowski , PhD; Professor of Healthcare Policy, Harvard University, Massachusetts Camille Rochelle Jordan , RN, BSN, MSN, APRN, FNP-C, CDP; Senior Vice President of Clinical Operations & Innovations, Signature Healthcare, Kentucky …