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Five Things I Think About How the Health Care Delivery System is Changing

Originally featured on WantHealthcareLLC.com.

I have the opportunity to speak to a number of provider groups in the course of my work, and many recently have asked about the big picture of how care is changing.

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King vs. Burwell Decided: Starter Gun Goes Off for Insurer Consolidation

Originally featured on WanthealthcareLLC.com.

In a long awaited decision, the Supreme Court of the United States handed down a 6-3 decision in favor of the administration in King vs. Burwell, a challenge to the legality of subsidies for the poor in the federal health care exchange. I am not a legal scholar, so can’t comment on the legal nuances of the case. Nonetheless, there are big implications to the law standing that even I can understand.

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The Train Hasn’t Merely Left the Station

I recently had the opportunity to travel to Spain for a cousin’s wedding, and every time I visit Europe I’m struck by the remarkably advanced transportation system they have in place. You can get just about anywhere you want to go in Europe by train, and in most cases a high speed option is available. As I was periodically checking in to the health care scene stateside while I was away, the cliché “The Train Has Left the Station” kept coming to mind. Significant changes are taking place in health care signaling an uptick in momentum. Not only has the train left the station when it comes to transparency and payment reform, but it’s well on its way towards the final destination – lower costs and better care.

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