Our health system extends into every aspect of our lives in ways that we never considered before. Value based, equitable healthcare is desperately
Bob Martineau in conversation with Gil Bashe from Finn partners on the impact of the environment on our health and the importance of education and communicating
This nation spends way too much on healthcare; $3.7 trillion annually. America may be the land of the free, but it is also becoming the home of the chronically ill.
While the fax may be the safest way to keep physicians HIPAA compliant, it creates a behavior inconsistent with their chosen mission — to save lives.
Approximately 84 million adults — more than 1 in 3 Americans — have prediabetes. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), 90% of people with prediabetes do not know they have it
Have a voice? Have a smart phone? That’s all that may be needed to test vocal biomarkers, a non-invasive, democratic way to track disease symptoms.
Outside the pandemic, “investigational” remains payer code for denying reimbursement. In the case of treatment for chronic conditions, even FDA-approved digital-health and connected devices languish on waitlists for formulary inclusion.
It’s curious that we can do great things in the lab to save lives, but we can’t effectively or efficiently coordinate the delivery of information, care, or medicines to consumers.
What will drive Health Innovation in 2021? Do you agree with this Top 10 list of the Health drivers I’ve identified? Digital health plays a huge part.