How Social+ Design Patterns Will Unlock a Decade of Consumer Engagement Healthcare is beginning a massive shift towards the consumer. Individuals are becoming more aware of healthcare cost and quality. They are taking greater control over their healthcare decisions and data. Suddenly every consumer-facing healthcare company is confronting an imperative to provide consumers with the […]
Startups are risky. The failure rate is around 90%. Reasons for failure include running out of money, poor understanding of the market, lack of diligent research, and ineffective marketing. One way to increase chances for success is to consider pricing very early in the process. “Willingness to pay” is how you prioritize your product roadmap […]
The key to an efficient, resilient supply chain is good data. Importantly, this includes data from outside any single organization. Enterprises currently lack the tools and incentives to share the data already being curated every day. Founder Raelyn Wilson has a plan to unlock the forces of collaboration that will improve care delivery by empowering […]
This short discussion was recorded at HLTH 2022 conference in Las Vegas. John talks about: where is blockchain in 2022, what can we expect in the future, how it relate to web3, and what could NFT – non-fungible tokens do for healthcare.
COVID-19 has been relentless for healthcare supply chain teams. A never-ending series of shocks have resulted in rising costs (the average ICU’s medical supplies increased in cost by 31.5% since 2019[i]) and decreasing fill rates (healthcare fill rates are resting at around 82%[ii]; the average hospital dealing with 800 to 1,000 backorders per day[iii]). These and other acute supply chain challenges make hospitals more dangerous places to receive care.[iv]
American Medical Association Podcast “Making the Rounds”: Making the Rounds with John Bass, Founder & CEO of Hashed Health
John Bass, Founder & CEO of Hashed Health, joins the AMA for a discussion on the use of technology as a foundation for improving the physician and patient experience.
EO 14017 instructed the US government to comprehensively review critical US supply chains to identify risks, address vulnerabilities, and develop resilience strategies. The report was released in June after an analysis that extended across the FDA, HHS, and a dozen other federal agencies.
2021 will see a maturation of many of the novel solutions introduced in 2020. As a result of the pandemic, the ways we communicate, the ways we move and manage data, the ways we transfer money and the ways we invest will ultimately become a lot smarter as we fuse old and new ways of doing business.
Validating the identity and credentials of healthcare practitioners poses significant revenue cycle, recruiting, physician relations and access challenges for all healthcare organizations.
Our healthcare system is at an inflection point. The optimistic perspective is that it now seems more likely that the industry can come together to address many longstanding challenges that have traditionally limited our ability to deliver care in more efficient, effective ways. To succeed, innovators and enterprises need to shift from scaling up systems of record for enterprises to creating systems of shared record for collaborative networks. This transition represents the greatest healthcare opportunity in a generation.