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Undoing American Healthcare

Why assuming we’re rational about health care may be a dangerous assumption

I am reading a wonderful book called The Undoing Project by Michael Lewis, about the development of behavioral economics by two of its pioneers, Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky.  One point of their work over five decades is that while we think we make decisions rationally and objectively, in actuality, our thinking and valuation of things are fluid, and uses different criteria with different weights at different times.

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Change Agent Chat Briefing, Southeast Health Group

On February 24th, CIVHC's CMO, Jay Want, sat down with Southeast Health Group's Integrated Care Director, Jackie Brown, to discuss their TIPPING Point program that integrates mental and physical health through health navigators. Listen to the recording of the Change Agent Chat and read a summary of the conversation.

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Insurance Pools: How Do We Pay for the Expensive People?

Why you can’t fool all of the people all of the time.

I think for most people, including me at times, the effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act is an exercise in taking something they didn’t understand well but have feelings about, and replacing it with something else they don’t understand well and will have feelings about.  I could comment on the state of our legislative process surrounding this case, but that’s for another day and another blog. 

Instead, if you can stand it, I’m going to use this column to try to explain the difficulty in reshaping the insurance pools in the ACA.
 

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Change Agent Profile - Southeast Health Group

Change Agent Profile Series (formerly CIVHC's Spotlight on Innovation) - Southeast Health Group's Tipping Point Integrated Care Pilot

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CIVHC Status - Data and Analytics Top 5s

We took a moment to chat with Dave, our VP of Analytics and Data Ops, to learn about his team, the coolest projects happening at CIVHC, and the new vendors

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