Tag Archive: Cigna

by Brian Eastwood | August 27, 2015

Consumer-Driven Forces Disrupting Primary Care

Growth & Change The traditional model of consuming healthcare services is changing. Frustrated consumers – accustomed to the technological advances […]

by Jody Ranck | August 20, 2015

Emergence of Medicine-as-a-Service (Beyond the Pill)

The move to Value Based Care (VBC) is changing the relationships that pharma has historically had with both payers and providers. The growing chronic disease burden, rise of digital health and commoditization of many drug-disease areas is forcing a rethinking of the underlying pharmaceutical (pharma) business model.

by Naveen Rao | July 28, 2014

Consumer Health Data Plays: Vision? Yes. Value? Maybe…

Challenges & Opportunity In an otherwise slow summer, health IT got caught up in a whirl of excitement last month […]

by ndrao | June 11, 2014

Can Apple Keep the Doctor Away?

“His treatment was fragmented rather than integrated. Each of his myriad maladies was being treated by different specialists – oncologists, […]

by Naveen Rao | February 01, 2014

Video Visits: A Market Stuck in Replay is Ready to Fast Forward

Consumer Engagement  Traditionally, consumer engagement has been more of a marketing and business function, while patient engagement has remained a […]

by John Moore | October 15, 2013

Wellness Market: Too Many Chasing Too Little

Having taken a hiatus from last year’s Health 2.0 event, was looking forward to this year’s event to see what […]

by corasharma | February 11, 2013

At the Intersection of Obesity and HIT

We Americans are on a very terrifying path, health-wise, based on the latest obesity projections from RWJF. Medical “innovations” around […]

by John Moore | August 21, 2012

Benchmarking Payers Adoption of Consumer Tech

Awhile back, a large health insurer (payer) commissioned Chilmark Research to do a market scan on how payers across the […]

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