• Austin-American Statesman

    SAN FRANCISC0 — Four years ago, Noah Lang saw an opportunity in Obamacare. With an eye toward the millions of people set to purchase health insurance on their own for the first time, the 29-year-old Silicon Valley entrepreneur founded a start-up, Stride Health, that helps them compare and choose between plans — and do it all from a smartphone.

  • Dayton Daily News

    SAN FRANCISC0 — Four years ago, Noah Lang saw an opportunity in Obamacare. With an eye toward the millions of people set to purchase health insurance on their own for the first time, the 29-year-old Silicon Valley entrepreneur founded a start-up, Stride Health, that helps them compare and choose between plans — and do it all from a smartphone.

  • St. Louis Post-Dispatch

    SAN FRANCISC0 — Four years ago, Noah Lang saw an opportunity in Obamacare. With an eye toward the millions of people set to purchase health insurance on their own for the first time, the 29-year-old Silicon Valley entrepreneur founded a start-up, Stride Health, that helps them compare and choose between plans — and do it all from a smartphone.

  • The Washington Post

    SAN FRANCISCO — Four years ago, Noah Lang saw an opportunity in Obamacare. With an eye toward the millions of people set to purchase health insurance on their own for the first time, the 29-year-old Silicon Valley entrepreneur founded a start-up, Stride Health, that helps them compare and choose between plans — and do it all from a smartphone.

  • Health Care News

    The recent release of a 40-page report from the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) provided an inside look at steps the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) is taking to implement the Medicare Access CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) Quality Payment Program (QPP). CMS has made significant progress toward implementing the QPP, however, it lacks the IT infrastructure to collect the data permitted by the MACRA final rule. This will present health care providers with additional challenges to the MACRA transition, industry experts told First Report Managed Care.

  • Cambridge Management Group

    In HealthcareDIVE, Farzad Mostashari, M.D., and Travis Broome write about the continuing evolution of the Medicare Shared Savings Program. Dr. Mostashari is founder and CEO of Aledade Inc., where Mr. Broome is the lead policy person. Dr. Mostashari is the former national coordinator for health information technology at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

  • Healthcare Dive

    The following is a guest post from CEO and Founder Dr. Farzad Mostashari and Health Policy Lead Travis Broome, Aledade, Inc.

  • TechTarget

    The accountable care organization model, the most notable health IT feature of the Affordable Care Act, appears relatively safe from efforts by President Donald Trump and congressional Republicans to repeal the landmark universal health insurance law.

  • FierceHealthcare

    When Permanente Medical Group president and CEO Robert Pearl, M.D., spoke before a healthcare conference last fall, he got a laugh when he joked that doctors make use of Fitbits when they need to buy a Christmas or Hanukkah present for that person on their list who has everything.

  • TechTarget

    There's a wearable health device clasped on the left wrist of Dr. Farzad Mostashari practically around the clock, but the former national health IT coordinator remains skeptical about wearable technology in healthcare.