Tag Archives: HealthCare

Stakeholders say data sharing is critical to lowering healthcare costs

If the United States is going to rein in the high costs of healthcare, the industry must do a better job of sharing data with patients and among other stakeholders. That’s the contention of Sean Cavanaugh, chief administrative officer for tech start-up Aledade, who previously served as the director of the Center for Medicare and… Read More »

State moves to revoke license after maggots found on Hacienda HealthCare resident – AZCentral

Stephanie Innes Arizona Republic Published 6:21 PM EDT Jun 15, 2019 Arizona health officials have issued an intent to revoke Hacienda HealthCare’s recently issued state license in the wake of a report that “several” maggots were found near the surgical incision of a 28-year-old male resident. A maggot is a legless, soft-bodied larva of a fly and looks… Read More »

The Health-Care Crisis Has Spread to Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance – New York Magazine

So you’ve got health insurance but can’t afford the deductibles? You’re not alone. Photo: Mario Villafuerte/Getty Images For most of this century, the big U.S. health-care policy issue has been providing insurance to the uninsured, including the uninsurable people with expensive health conditions. Yes, the majority of non-elderly Americans covered by employer-based insurance were affected… Read More »