"Our Chief Medical Officer left his primary care physician, somebody he had seen for decades, because he thought the relationship and the access and the convenience at Paladina was better. That to me said something really important about how good this was and how valuable this was to employees."
This is the final article in our five-part series, “Onsite Clinics 2.0: The New Model for Employer Sponsored Healthcare.” Now is an exciting time for employers interested in deploying innovative healthcare solutions to address rising costs and chronic disease rates across their employee population.
In theprevious article, we looked at the limitations of the Onsite 1.0 Model. This segment explores the resurgence of onsite clinics and what types of organizations are getting finding value in onsite and near-site care.
This is the third in our five-part series, “Onsite Clinics 2.0: The New Model for Employer Sponsored Healthcare.” In the previous article, we looked at the changing role of employer-sponsored clinics. This segment explores the limitations in the Onsite 1.0 Model that must be overcome to address root cause healthcare cost and quality issues.
Onsite clinics have had an ever-changing role since the beginning of their history, discussed in the previous article, The History of Onsite Clinics. Now let's look at the roles onsite clinics have played and the benefits driving renewed interest from employers.
Now is an exciting time for employers interested in deploying innovative healthcare solutions to address rising costs and chronic disease rates across their employee population. Explore the evolution of employer sponsored clinics and find out what current limitations exist to better understand how they operate today. Download your free version of the white paper today.
So much has been written recently about the “Democratization of Healthcare” that it merits a deeper investigation. Is this just a trendy buzzword or is it really a phenomenon? Dr. Eric Topol highlighted the trend in his recent book, “The Patient Will See You Now.” In the book, he provides detailed evidence for a knowledge-driven shift of power from doctors to patients facilitated by emerging technologies. Dr.
This month the Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative (PCPCC) issued an update to their longitudinal study of the impact of patient-centered medical homes on healthcare costs and quality. On February 2nd, they shared the information with the bipartisan Congressional Primary Care Caucus on Capitol Hill to help lawmakers assess implications for Medicare payment reform.