In a surprising twist, one of the more conservative justices serving on the United States Supreme Court joined with his liberal colleagues to uphold the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Many people are now trying to make sense of the new law. If you’re looking to learn more, a great place to get started is with our 3-part special feature by editor Sam Bajaj.Learn More
We are proud to present an open house with five exciting healthcare startups: Cara Health, SwipeSense, CareHubs, PUSH Wellness, and Corengi. You will be able to talk to the entrepreneurs, learn about their experience, learn how to launch a successful firm, and figure out what it takes to grow an idea into a company that can change and improve health care delivery.Learn More
We are proud to present Nina Nashif, a Managing Director at Sandbox Industries which is the exclusive fund manager of the Blue Cross Blue Shield Venture Fund. In this lecture, Nina shared some of the exiting work being done at Sandbox and Healthbox, one of the first business accelerator programs in the healthcare industry to provide a platform that supports innovation among seed-stage companies.Watch Lecture
Dr. Jami Doucette, MD, MBA shares his vision for how concierge medicine can fit into the current health care system and revolutionize primary care for patients, doctors, and businesses. Dr. Doucette started ModernMed in 2006. In this lecture he discusses the current state of health care in the US as well as the four tenets of concierge medicine.Watch Lecture
Larry J. Goodman, MD, is the chief executive officer of Rush University Medical Center. He also serves as president of Rush University, president of the Rush System for Health, and principal officer of the Rush Board of Trustees. Prior to these roles, Goodman was medical director of Cook County Hospital and a professor of medicine and associate dean of Rush Medical College.Watch Lecture
Jaymie Youngquist provides an interesting look into a recently emerging practice model – concierge medicine. Concierge medicine is an innovative, and possibly disruptive, model that has appeared in recent years and provides physicians with an interesting alternative to traditional practices. Read Jaymie’s complete post to get his breakdown of the issue.Read More…
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As the complexity of health care increases, a growing specialization of knowledge and professional interaction has taken root in medicine. Though the fields of policy, business, and clinical practice of health care may seem disparate or unrelated, they are viscerally intertwined on a daily basis. We believe that optimal patient care and economic outcomes result from health care professionals conversant in all dimensions of health care.
We seek to create a collaborative learning environment for professionals across all specialties and fields of health care. By providing lectures, learning materials, and networking opportunities, we hope to increase the exposure of clinicians, administrators, and business professionals to the intersection of business and medicine.Learn More
How often do you hear about large investment bank backing a social cause? Particularly one that will expand access of health services and affordable housing to low income Americans? It’s not too common when the public and private sector come together to back a $100 million investment fund. But that is just what this is. […]5 March, 2013
Technology in the healthcare market is a concept that while relatively new is something that the average patient is getting accustomed to. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services have begun signing incentive checks for health care organizations attesting to meaningful use of electronic medical records, making it clear that utilizing electronic health records is no […]9 October, 2012