Do It By Improving Employee Health — It Works! This is the 13th article in a series on America’s dysfunctional healthcare system.
Comprehensive Care Improves Health Yet Reduces Total Costs
Better Quality, Less Frustration and Reduced Costs. What a Bargain
This is the 10th article in a series on America’s dysfunctional healthcare system.
This is the 9th article in a series on America’s dysfunctional healthcare system
A new and developing force in medicine will add a new set of dramatic changes: the force of consumerism. No longer will you, as a patient, be willing to be “patient.”
Healthy lifestyles mean more years of healthy life. And remember, it was not just more years of life but fewer chronic illnesses for a longer “health span.”
Assuring medical insurance for all Americans is an important goal, but it is far from sufficient to ensure we all get the best or even adequate care
Despite all, we spend on healthcare (over 4 trillion dollars or nearly 20% of GDP,) we are not a healthy population. So, how unhealthy are we? Very!
Chronic disease is transforming health, medical costs and the delivery of care. Diseases such as diabetes, heart failure, emphysema, and cancer are chronic. Once developed, they usually last a lifetime, are challenging to manage and are expensive to treat.