By Katherine Capps – Employers want a better health care system. They want to decrease waste and ensure that their employees have access to effective, efficient, high-value care. They are focusing on managing chronic conditions and medication costs, and rightly so.Read More
By Katherine Capps – Our Oct. 9 GTMRx Executive Roundtable yielded a wealth of insights, and in the coming weeks, I’ll share with you more of what we discussed. Suffice to say we’ve reached a critical juncture in our work to advance a more personalized, team-based, comprehensive primary care model—
By Katherine Capps – “All hands on deck!” has been the call to action over the last several weeks. And health care workers are indeed putting themselves “on deck.” But there’s a problem. It’s certainly not our brave health care workers; it’s the health care delivery system—broken and wounded.
The thought leaders in our community are good about sharing their thoughts on the issues of today. Here are the top read and shared guest posts of April that we think deserve sharing again.
By Katherine Capps – Just what is this “new normal” everyone is talking about? Is it something temporary that will gradually disappear once we subdue COVID-19? Or is it something more lasting—a true new normal, not a temporary normal?
By Katherine Capps – How do you follow up a landmark event with the Bipartisan Policy Center to issue a national call to action to get the medications right? For the GTMRx Institute, you bring together an elite group of health policy influencers…
By Katherine H. Capps – Actionizing may not be a real word, but it’s what comes to mind as I reflect on what we heard from health care changemakers at our February 6 GTMRx Institute and Bipartisan Policy Center event in Washington, DC less than two weeks ago.
We rounded up some final thoughts on 2019 from some usual suspects. Healthcare and health IT was more than just news last year. Take a last look as we put 2019 in the rear view mirror.
By Katherine Capps – Comprehensive medication management offers physicians, pharmacists and other members of the patient care team a way to ensure patients are taking the right medications in the right dosages—and that they understand their medication therapy.