NOW on Demand Listen to Episodes on Healthcare Costs and Patient Payments

If you haven’t tuned in to our HealthcareNOW Radio you are missing out. We sorted through the archives of HealthcareNOW Radio Shows and found four unique episodes where our hosts discuss healthcare costs and patient payments. Take a listen.

From Payment Matters, host Jeff Lin is joined by Dave Terry, CEO and Founder of Archway Health (@ArchwayHealth), they discuss alternative payment models and bundled payment programs in healthcare and how they can impact both providers and patients.

From Healthcare de Jure host Matt Fisher chats with Marty Callahan, President of Healthcare Markets at RevSpring (@RevSpringInc). Shifting financial responsibility and burden on patients; engaging patients to develop opportunities for revenue enhancement; role of social determinants in delivery of care and ability to collect; availability of information to drive competition are the topics they tackle.

Hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter talk to another 2020 Presidential candidate to Conversations on Health Care, former Maryland Congressman and entrepreneur John Delaney. They discuss his record as a centrist Democrat who favors more market-based approaches to universal health care, which gives all Americans access to coverage, but keeps private payers in the mix, providing more consumer choice than Medicare for All. He favors a carbon tax approach to addressing climate change to foster US innovation to reduce reliance on fossil fuels.

From PopHealth Week hosts Fred Goldstein and Gregg Masters, MPH meet Neil Gordon, MD, PhD, Chairman, CEO and Founder of INTERVENT International, a global lifestyle management and chronic disease risk reduction company based in the United States. They develop licenses and provide evidence-based, technology-enabled, outcomes-oriented programs for the prevention and management of multiple chronic diseases. Their primary purpose is to improve individual and population-based measures of health while simultaneously reducing health care costs and enhancing productivity.