US healthcare system

Not Enough Doctors?

Industry Insights from Paul Meade, M.Sc, MPH Recently, I read a Wall Street Journal op-ed piece titled “Why the Doctor Can’t See You” by John Goodman, President of the National Center for Policy Analysis.  The central point of Goodman’s piece suggests that under the Affordable Care Act the “demand for healthcare will increase dramatically,” and …

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The Future Integration of Long-Term Care by the Screenagers

Industry Insights from Paul Meade, M. Sc, MPH One word that optimally summarizes long-term care in the United States is fragmentation. Like a microcosm of the overall fragmented healthcare system in the U.S., long-term care suffers from similarly fragmented clinical care, living care, and financing. As the population ages and Baby Boomers retire and take …

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The Future of Ambulatory Health Services: The Healthy Home

Industry Insights from Paul Meade, M. Sc, MPH Ambulatory care is the basic building block of primary healthcare in the United States. From its early origins of a family physician visiting sick patients in their homes to sophisticated group practices that offer secondary and even tertiary care, ambulatory care has evolved to a point where …

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