IN THIS ISSUE

Joseph Burns

Kenneth Coburn, MD
Health Quality Partners

House calls for the frail and chronically ill are making a comeback. But CMS and private payers are still figuring out how to make the economics work.
Jan Greene

Karen Marlo
NBGH

Insurers need to think strategically to ensure that beneficiaries remember to keep going back to their app for health information.

Q&A
Interview by Peter Wehrwein

Ateev Mehrotra, MD

The insatiable American appetite for convenience is spreading to health care, says Ateev Mehrotra, an expert on retail clinics, telemedicine, and other convenient care delivery models.
Q&A
Interview by Peter Wehrwein

Theresa Brown, RN

Nursing brings her into intimate contact with blood, pain, suffering, and freighted issues of life and death. But in her book, Theresa Brown uses a deft, writerly touch to delve into the more prosaic aspects of American medicine—the doctor–nurse dynamics, the hassles of charting, and financial incentives that skew care toward tests and procedures.
Legislation & Regulation: Campaign 2016
Richard Mark Kirkner

Selling coverage across state lines dusts off an old idea that has new legs.

Tomorrow’s Medicine
Thomas Morrow, MD

Robotized tele-echography system

Revolution isn’t too strong a word to use about what’s happening with this technology.

Viewpoint
Richard G. Stefanacci, DO
Scott Guerin, PhD
Plan Watch
Joseph Burns

The info comes compliments of Aetna, Humana, and UnitedHealthcare.

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