Remember the book Freakonomics? Authors Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner chronicled very interesting insights revealed by microeconomic researchers; insights that macroeconomics would not necessarily identify. The book went on to be an international best-seller and was followed up by a
The world is changing; it started with software-as-a-service, storage-as-a-service, infrastructure-as-a-service, and now it is moving to “Intelligence-as-a-Service”, otherwise called Insights-as-a-Service. The game is on for true disruption in healthcare, and I really think the market dynamics are well-aligned for this sort of change.
Dear Jeff, Warren & Jamie: I recently met my ex-boss from PepsiCo for lunch. She was the vice president of Supply Chain before she took early retirement. After our initial family updates, her first question to me was, “What does
On February 7th, 2018, the US Senate signed a bipartisan senate deal that includes a $6 billion budget for programs focused on opioid addiction and mental health. This money will be funneled into building programs that address treatment, prevention, and
Every report we have seen talks about the opioid epidemic at a national level. Articles discuss the need for more resources, what the government’s role is, and what programs health plans, providers and pharmacies should implement. At VitreosHealth, we believe
I decided to write about the challenges that come with new enrollees because most Medicaid, Medicare Advantage, and some commercial plans enroll new members at the beginning of the calendar year (if not during other times throughout the year). New