• Vator

    Venture capital used to be a cottage industry, with very few investing in tomorrow's products and services. Oh how times have changed. While there are more startups than ever, there's also more money chasing them. In this series, we look at the new (or relatively new) VCs in the early stages: seed and Series A. Read more at http://vator.tv/news/2017-03-22-meet-julie-sunderland-co-founder-of-biomatics-capital#2wlOIjX1PuLItE7C.99

  • Physicians Practice

    With the dawn of value-based care, the bar is set really high, says Jessica Chen, MD, chief quality officer at ChenMed, a Miami Gardens, Fla.-based primary-care provider. Any physician is going to agree with that statement, she adds — that's because they're in healthcare to improve patients' lives.

  • Health Leaders Media

    Farzad Mostashari, MD, the former National Coordinator for Health IT at the Department of Health and Human Services, and Martin S. Gaynor, a professor of economics and health policy, discuss how policy helps and/or harms competition in the healthcare marketplace.

  • Healthcare Dive

    Writing in JAMA, several health policy experts proposed a package of reforms that could encourage competition in healthcare markets, prevent dominant players from engaging in anticompetitive practices and make the environment more appealing for new entrants.

  • AAFP

    February 24, 2017 12:52 pm Sheri Porter – Family physicians have a lot going on in their practices as they try to keep up with CMS regulations and necessary practice changes. Some physicians find that the flurry of activity around implementing value-based payment models -- unleashed by the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act -- gets in the way of taking care of patients.

  • 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.