OurHealth, an Indianapolis-based provider of employer-sponsored health care, has entered the Greater Cincinnati market.
OurHealth has opened two locations in the region — one in Mason and another in Springdale — and is working on opening a third location in downtown Cincinnati. Dr. Jeff Wells, co-founder and president of OurHealth, said he founded the company because health care costs are a big challenge for employers. The goal of OurHealth clinics is to provide patient access, quantifiable…
Do you have to spend money make money? Or, do you have to spend money to save money?
In reality, both statements are truthful and relevant to corporate profitability.
CEOs & CFOs alike have always known these proclamations to be true in order to successfully run their company. Since healthcare expenditures are typically the second line item on a company’s profit and loss report, these truths applicable to any employer’s medical program.
In the world of employer sponsored medical programs,…
Direct Primary Care Journal’s 2017–18 Annual Report and Market Trends Analysis indicates that 80% of subscription fees to DPC paid by patients are between $51 and $99 per month. By contrast, the typical individual health insurance policy can cost anywhere from $150 to $700 per month, depending on the insured’s age and desired level of coverage, according to WebMD.com.
Apple is such a fan of its on-campus clinic that it tried to buy the startup that runs it, CNBC reports, citing three anonymous sources with knowledge of the talks. The negotiations with Southern California-based Crossover Health ultimately didn’t result in a deal. Separately, Apple also approached San Francisco-based One Medical Group, an app-enabled membership-based primary care group, about a potential acquisition, CNBC says. Crossover Health runs a small network of health clinics in Silicon…
Panelists Urge Future Family Docs to Transform Health Care July 31, 2017 04:51 pm Kansas City, Mo. – The AAFP's 2017 National Conference of Family Medicine Residents and Medical Students commenced here July 27 with an enthusiastic crowd attending the opening main stage event. The session, a panel discussion titled "Disrupting the Status Quo: Clinical Innovation in Primary Care," was sponsored by the Health is Primary (healthisprimary.org) campaign from Family Medicine for America's Health.
Enlarge this image In theory, the result should be better health for patients and lower health care costs overall. But some analysts say the "direct primary care" approach just encourages the worried well to get more care than they need. BraunS /Getty Images BraunS /Getty Images In theory, the result should be better health for patients and lower health care costs overall. But some analysts say the "direct primary care" approach just encourages the worried well to get more care than they need.