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The Solution to Making Our Healthcare System Affordable May Be a Lesson From Our Past | Jeffrey Gold | LinkedIn

Jeff Gold
Dr. Jeff Gold

For a state that prides itself on providing superior healthcare services for its citizens, Massachusetts is emerging as the state that no other state wants to emulate. No matter how much policymakers

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The 7 Organizations That Will Turn Healthcare Upside Down In 2016 – Forbes

Dave Chase
Dave Chase

More important than the revenue shift is who would be the catalysts for a much higher performing system as measured by the Quadruple Aim. In this list, I highlight the game-changers. Some may also be big revenue winners but that isn’t the point of this list. After all, there are plenty of organizations profiting from today’s wasteful system, so revenue is only one metric of success. Rather, the actions of the organization are putting the wheels in motion for a massive transformation of the industry.

#1 MassMutual will slow healthcare’s heist of retirement accounts

Source: The 7 Organizations That Will Turn Healthcare Upside Down In 2016 – Forbes