Tag Archive: healthcare costs

by Robert Tholemeier | April 30, 2019

How Far Have We Progressed on True Continuous Costing?

Three years ago, our report Making Healthcare Affordable: Implementing True Continuous Costing explored the need for, and benefits of, implementing […]

by Brian Eastwood | March 16, 2016

Reality Check on the Retail Health Spending Survey

By now you’ve probably seen the Health Affairs study (and requisite mainstream media coverage) stipulating that retail health clinics actually […]

by Brian Eastwood | November 18, 2015

Bending the Healthcare Cost Curve, One Consumer at a Time

‘Tis the season – for thinking about health insurance. Nov. 1 marked the beginning of open enrollment on the state […]

by John Moore lll | October 10, 2014

WWBR Week of October 6, 2014

Dallas hospital blames ‘flaw’ in ‘workflow’ for release of Ebola patient as a more complete picture of his travels emerges […]

by John Moore lll | October 03, 2014

#WWBR Week of September 29, 2014

Doctors Find Barriers to Sharing Digital Medical Records Julie Creswell for The New York Times “A non-technical overview at the […]

by John Moore lll | September 26, 2014

#WWBR Week of September 22, 2014

In this week’s WWBR, lots on pricing transparency and payment reform in the health system, and some new thoughts on […]

by John Moore | June 02, 2009

Can Employers, Payers and Providers Get on Same Page?

In Massachusetts, two groups have been meeting, separately for several years to address rising healthcare costs. The local NPR radio […]

by John Moore | October 17, 2008

Another View of Healthcare Costs

The consulting firm McKinsey has released a short report (caution PDF) focused on the healthcare sector costs.  Unlike many reports […]

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