2023 kicks off with promise of medical and technical advancements, fixes or patches to what many have been deemed a broken healthcare system, and all eyes on creating better consumer experiences and outcomes while tackling the rising cost of delivering care. Environmental challenges remain as the rise in CPI still topped 7% in November andContinue reading “Healthcare’s 2023 Promise”
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Sharing Insights at State of Population Health
Rose Maljanian Chairman and CEO HealthCAWS I was pleased to share my insights at the first Annual PHA State of Population Health event on January 27th regarding my top 5 issues for population health management heading into 2022 and what I believe are the top solution areas that will contribute to improving health, quality andContinue reading “Sharing Insights at State of Population Health”
HealthCAWS Welcome 2022!
Welcome 2022! While we start the year in what feels like a setback, we are armed with vaccinations, rapid testing, advanced digital health technology, promising therapies and even greater resolve. Our collective stronger resolve must be channeled to address the ongoing pandemic and the collateral damage thereof. Consumers are suffering in many facets of theirContinue reading “HealthCAWS Welcome 2022!”
Welcome 2021- Consumer Experience and Outcomes including Cost and Quality Go Hand in Hand
Consumers have been through enough. Make 2021 easier by accelerating companies that hit the mark and sun setting outdated practices. Accelerate Well integrated virtual care options, medical & behavioral Primary cares that take full accountability Timely home care and hospital at home Community-based one stop shops visits, diagnostics, meds Use of navigators and well-trained proactiveContinue reading “Welcome 2021- Consumer Experience and Outcomes including Cost and Quality Go Hand in Hand”
Growing and Promising Investments in the Healthcare Services Industry
October 13, 2020 HealthCAWS CEO Rose Maljanian to host Investor’s panel “Growing and Promising Investments in the Healthcare Services Industry in Tumultuous Times” at the annual Population Health Alliance Innovation Summit and Capital Caucus October 27th, 2020. Read more.
Innovations in Senior Care and Supports-Holding the Gains and Accelerating Progress
“As we enter a new era of care delivery and coordination of care for the growing population of seniors, there are key principles informed by our past, gains we must hold, and new demands to meet as a result of the pandemic. Gratefully to all, the spirit of rapid problem solving and innovation has neverContinue reading “Innovations in Senior Care and Supports-Holding the Gains and Accelerating Progress”
Consumer Empowerment – the engage-able moment too precious to waste.
Under the current pandemic situation, the absolute first line of defense is to contain the crisis and protect consumers, especially the vulnerable and acutely ill at high risk for morbidity and death. As we move to the next phase of the containment effort, the population health management model instructs consumer empowerment as the mainstay. Continue reading “Consumer Empowerment – the engage-able moment too precious to waste.”
Thank you to the Population Health Alliance (PHA) for recognizing accomplishments as Chairman of the Board
Thank you to the Population Health Alliance (PHA) for recognizing my accomplishments as Chairman of the Board at the annual Innovation Summit and Capital Caucus in Washington, DC earlier this week. Great event with much discussion on the PHA Population Health Management Framework with VBC as an accountability/financial lever and addressing SDoH as the keyContinue reading “Thank you to the Population Health Alliance (PHA) for recognizing accomplishments as Chairman of the Board”
Please COVID responsibly …and if you see something say something
In this time of COVID 19 crisis, many consumers are confused and afraid for their health and futures. It is no wonder. The airwaves have been flooded with information, sometimes with inconsistent messaging. For the heroic providers caring for the populations on the front lines, stress could not be higher. Guidelines are evolving as ourContinue reading “Please COVID responsibly …and if you see something say something”
Population Health Management in 2020: Kicking it into High Gear
On March 30th at the PHA Annual Forum I will present Closing Remarks: . I expect to bring clarity to what Population Health Management is and is not, highlight innovative PHM strategies to succeed in VBC and set the stage for the PHA Innovation Summit (Save the date Oct 27th). No doubt my remarks willContinue reading “Population Health Management in 2020: Kicking it into High Gear”