Print Buck Ennis New York employers should take on a larger role in restraining the growth of health care costs, David Sandman, president and CEO of the New York State Health Foundation, said Friday at Crain's health summit. "You as the business community are a sleeping giant," Sandman said. "You have so much power and you really have not flexed your muscles yet, but you can and you should. You should because you're paying such a big part of the bill."
The Aspen Group Applauds the New Payment Model Pilots Introduced by the Center for Medicare & DENVER , April 24, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The Aspen Group, a nonprofit organization of our nation's health care leaders representing over 100 million consumers, is pleased to see the launch of the "Primary Care First" and "Direct Contracting" models announced this week by the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation (CMMI).
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,…
Workplace medical clinics were once a benefit reserved for employees at only the largest companies with the deepest pockets. But now some vendors are helping groups of small and midsize employers provide convenient primary care at shared clinics in hopes of tamping down medical spending.
DENVER , Aug. 23, Paladina Health, an innovative physician-access model of health care that improves patient care and satisfaction, today announced it has closed a $165 million growth equity funding round led by existing investor New Enterprise Associates (NEA), with participation from new investors Oak HC/FT , Alta Partners , Greenspring Associates and other strategic investors.
Paladina Health has expanded its delivery of innovative primary care services to more patients in partnership with UnitedHealthcare and the State of Colorado bringing additional services to State Employees in Fort Collins, Grand Junction and Sterling Areas.
Teilen Drucken DENVER , Aug. 23, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Paladina Health, an innovative physician-access model of health care that improves patient care and satisfaction, today announced it has closed a $165 million growth equity funding round led by existing investor New Enterprise Associates (NEA), with participation from new investors Oak HC/FT , Alta Partners , Greenspring Associates and other strategic investors.
The nation's largest insurer, UnitedHealth Group, announced Wednesday that it would buy a network of 300 primary care and specialist clinics from dialysis giant DaVita for $4.9 billion, in the latest deal reshaping the business of health insurance. The deal, which does not include DaVita's main kidney-care business, comes days after CVS Health agreed to buy health insurer Aetna for $69 billion.
Patient-centered medical home model improves chronic disease management November 20, 2017 Bar graph showing statistically significant changes in percentage of PACT clinic populations meeting clinical guidelines. Credit: University of Pittsburgh Data from more than 800 Veterans Health Administration (VHA) primary care clinics revealed that national implementation of a patient-centered medical home model was effective at improving several chronic disease outcomes over time.