Income Inequality is Fostering Mis-Trust, the Edelman 2020 Trust Barometer Observes

Health Populi

Last year, it was the employer who was the most-trusted touch-point in citizens’ lives the world over, I discussed in Health Populi one year ago. Together, these three factors erode workers’ confidence in jobs and their personal household economies and financial health.

Slow Food, Slow Medicine: What Italy Can Teach America About Health

Health Populi

In addition, America’s overweight and obesity epidemic results in lost worker productivity, mental health and sleep challenges, and lower quality of life for millions of Americans. can learn from the food culture, policy and economy of Italy when it comes to health.

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Prelude to Health 2.0 2019: Thinking Consumers At the Center of Digital Health Transformation

Health Populi

“Digital transformation” is the corporate strategy flavor of the moment across industries, and the health are sector isn’t immune from the trend. As this 13th year of the annual Health 2.0 As Health 2.0 This week, Health 2.0 The post Prelude to Health 2.0

Having Health Insurance Is A Social Determinant of Health

Health Populi

Health insurance was on the collective minds of American voters in the 2018 midterm elections. These were the two top health care issues among voters in late 2018, a Kaiser Family Foundation poll at the time assessed. Health Populi’s Hot Points: Do I state the obvious here?

Top Six Healthcare Executive Challenges in 2019

Henry Kotula

Organizations that are the most successful will focus more on patient care than revenue, and they will see improved outcomes and reduced costs as a result. Primary care. Healthcare consumers are demanding more convenient and more affordable care options. [link].

Doctors Without Patients: ‘Our Waiting Rooms Are Like Ghost Towns’

Henry Kotula

The group’s four doctors and two nurse practitioners quickly adapted to the coronavirus pandemic, sharply cutting back clinic hours and switching to virtual visits to keep patients and staff safe. They’ve really left out primary care, really all the independent physicians,” he said.

High-Deductible Health Plans Fall From Grace In Employer-Based Coverage

Henry Kotula

With workers harder to find and Obamacare’s tax on generous coverage postponed, employers are hitting pause on a feature of job-based medical insurance much hated by employees: the high-deductible health plan. Kaiser Health News is an editorially independent program of the foundation.).

9 Best Telemedicine Newsletters You Should Be Reading to Keep Up With the Industry

Enzyme Health

Close For Clinicians For Employers Telehealth Jobs Family Medicine General Practice Emergency Medicine Internal Medicine Nurse Practitioners Family Nurse Practitioners Physician Assistants Psychiatry / Mental Health Hospitalist Dont see your specialty?

Five Healthcare Industry Changes to Watch in 2020

Henry Kotula

Industry experts expect significant changes to shake up the healthcare landscape in the next few years, which will affect both health insurers and providers. Health plans need to be laser focused on improving their understanding and engagement of their customers—who are evolving themselves. “To

Two Forms of Telemedicine: Synchronous vs. Asynchronous

Lloyd Price

The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) defines synchronous telemedicine as "live video-conferencing," which is a "two-way audiovisual link between a patient and a care provider." What is Synchronous Telemedicine?

Essential Telemedicine Terms Clinicians Should Know

Enzyme Health

CCHP: CCHP stands for the Center for Connected Health Policy and is a non-profit that has been designated the national telehealth policy resource center. The organization researches telehealth policy issues and keeps updated information on state telehealth laws and reimbursement.

Telemedicine and a Vision for Health Care Without Walls

Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health

On one level, these anecdotes tell the story of telemedicine: The ability of patients, and often their local clinicians, to have consultations over distances with other clinical experts who can bring their insights to bear on patient care. A primary concern is cost.

6 Ways to Drive Higher Medicaid Reimbursement with Telemedicine


It’s no wonder many healthcare professionals view Medicaid care plans as a cycle of lost income, missed treatment and wasted time. When providers avoid treating Medicaid patients on a large scale, the medical industry is effectively assigning care based on income and social class.

Telemedicine Today: September 2016

American Well

At this time, parents only pay for the medicine and any future follow up with their personal primary care physician. Instead of being checked out of school to go to the doctor, she was able to see a pediatrician through a computer in her nurse’s office.