Why Value-Based Pricing Is Doomed To Fail
Paul Levy, former CEO of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, recently wrote a blog for athenainsight.com entitled, “The game that shows why value-based pricing is doomed,” in which he discusses whether switching from fee-for-service to value-based pricing (global payments) for health-related procedures has benefited or cheated doctors. His conclusion: doctors have not benefited. [more]
Paul Keckley, Ph.D., Healthcare Futurist, to Speak at NAQAP Healthcare Impact Luncheon May 22nd
NAQAP is pleased to announce that Paul Keckley, Ph.D., healthcare futurist, industry expert, author, and Managing Editor of The Keckley Report, will be the keynote speaker at our Healthcare Impact Luncheon, May 22, 2017. Dr. Keckley will speak on “The U.S. Healthcare Industry Today and Tomorrow: Key Trends and Tipping Points.” [more]
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On May 22nd, the NAQAP Healthcare Impact Spring Luncheon will feature Paul Keckley, Ph.D., healthcare futurist, entrepreneur, author, and Managing Editor of The Keckley Report. Keckley will speak on “The U.S. Healthcare Industry Today and Tomorrow: Key Trends and Tipping Points.” Luncheon will be served, with Q&A following the lecture. For more details, click here.
On October 18, 2017, NAQAP will host our annual major summit, bringing together healthcare leaders, ancillary providers, payers, and providers to discuss, debate and influence the transformation of the healthcare delivery system. By sharing crucial information, knowledge, and strategies, we will be better equipped to adapt to today’s healthcare reform and its impact on ancillary healthcare providers. To receive more information, click here.