Essential Insights

The diagnostic revolution driven by patient-centered care

by Laura Drucker

Technology is evolving with and around the patient-centered healthcare model, leading to more innovative, rapid and detailed diagnostic testing in different settings.

3 reasons why patient empowerment is growing in healthcare

by Brian Wu

Patient empowerment is growing and continues to shape how healthcare is being delivered. Here are three important factors driving the behaviors of the more informed healthcare consumer.

Will payers move remote patient monitoring into mainstream practice?

by Laura Drucker

How can we keep healthcare delivery costs down while also giving patients access to the care they need? We look at remote patient monitoring and who is positioned to move this promising technology to the forefront.

Five ways healthcare innovation will move forward in 2017

by Corbin Shaw and Kristina Redgrave

Our Fuse innovation specialists give five predictions on how healthcare innovation will advance in the coming months.

The 21st Century Cures Act: One step forward for medical progress

by Brian Wu

A summary of notable ways diseases and conditions are addressed in the recently-passed 21st Century Cures Act and a collective call to action to push medical innovation forward.

Risk and reward with MACRA

by Will Seaton

MACRA is poised to upend the Medicare payment status quo. Here are effective strategies to aid physicians and health systems as they transition to this value-based care model.

Women leaders in value-based care

by Elizabeth Hanes

The unique leadership qualities women have that can improve patient outcomes in a healthcare landscape driving toward paying for performance.

Beyond medical devices: integrated solutions key to greater efficiencies, outcomes and value

by Michael Buck

Mike Buck, president of Medical Products at Cardinal Health, on why med-tech firms need to provide more than medical devices.

Managing the complexity of outpatient oncology care

by Chadi Nabhan

Approximately 1.8 million new cancer cases are detected annually, and the majority of cancer patients remain alive five years after diagnosis, underscoring the need for proper coordination of care.

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