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How to Use Social Determinants of Health to Fix Reimbursements


Healthcare providers can no longer ignore the Social Determinants of Health (SDH) in the exam room. Even John Snow considered community assessment factors to identify the source of the cholera …

What Revolutionary Healthcare Leaders Are Reading: The Top 5 4sight Health Commentaries Over the Past Six Months


4sight Health’s writers and authors have published 57 blog posts, commentaries, podcasts and videos on 4sighthealth.com from January through June of this year. The topics are a varied as the …

Should Hospitals Pay Taxes?


Many health systems and hospitals operate as Not-for-Profit (NFP), mission-oriented organizations that do not pay sales, excise, property or other taxes. In exchange, NFPs must publicly report the level of …

Surprise! Surprise! The Surprise Billing Legislation Could Usher in Government Price Controls. Nathan Bays, Guest Columnist


As the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP) prepares to vote on the Lowering Health Care Costs Act, the issue of surprise medical bills will take center …

States Foul-Tipping Regulatory Approaches to Control Healthcare Prices


A new Viewpoint in the Journal of the American Medical Association said states are trying, but largely failing, to control through various regulatory tactics the prices paid by private health …

Regulatory Chess: Positioning for Competitive Advantage


To entrepreneurs, regulation is the enemy of innovation. That’s especially true in healthcare. Experts agree that healthcare is one of the most, if not the most regulated industry in the …

Doctors and the Laws of Supply and Demand – Burda on Healthcare


It’s a great time to go to medical school and become a doctor. Ignore all the manufactured angst from organized medicine and opinion polls of aging physicians who say they …

Let’s Get Real: Medicare for All Can’t Work, but Affordable Health Insurance for All Can


As it has in the last three presidential elections, healthcare is emerging as a decisive political issue in the 2020 election. Unlike in those previous elections, however, universal health insurance …

This Is a Story About Where Healthcare Regulations Come From – Burda on Healthcare


Healthcare is one of the most if not the most regulated industry in the U.S. While its businesses like to blame overzealous bureaucrats for all the red tape, the current …

The Universal Patient Experience of Debilitating Healthcare Costs


The lack of affordable medical care isn’t just a U.S. phenomenon. It’s a serious problem across Europe, according to a new report from the World Health Organization. WHO’s report identified …

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