Cyber criminals pay far more for health data than for credit card or banking information.
Join Mark in a discussion of the lesson learned from Starbuck's "solution" to its customer service problems, a solution that created bigger problems.
I listened to a very interesting podcast called “The Soul of Enterprise.” It’s a business podcast mostly aimed at accountants, but it applies to other professional service providers as well.
oints. They’ve also figured out that some are willing to travel in a slightly different style. And yes, there's an analogy here to healthcare.
For the few of you out there who don't recognize the acronym “CON”, it stands for “certificate of need” which is itself a con.
Consider the notion of repurposing existing nonhealthcare sites to compete with physician practices.
The large pharmacy chains are opening walk-in clinics in their stores, staffed with nurse practitioners and physician assistants. The huge number of independent pharmacies can follow the same route. For most physicians this means more competition. But for enterprising physicians and independent pharmacists, the opportunity to do deals abounds.
Chalk up a victory for less care at higher prices. Hey, aren't those two of the Anti-Triple Aim?