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    What Does Your Galilean Telescope Show You?

    Nov. 22, 2022
    In his 2019 book The Workshop and the World: What Ten Thinkers Can Teach Us About Science and Authority, Robert P. Crease, the chair of the Philosophy Department at Stony Brook...
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    Social Determinants of Health

    Medicaid Managed Care Accelerates Work on Social Drivers of Health

    Nov. 22, 2022
    The pandemic has been a catalyst for CMS and state Medicaid agencies using healthcare dollars to address issues such as housing, transportation, interpersonal violence, and food...
    Imaging Radiaology

    Consolidation and Change in Radiology: Where’s This Train Headed?

    Nov. 22, 2022
    A wide range of market forces are shifting the landscape around radiology practice: how will hospital and health system leaders respond?
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    A Look at Cybersecurity in 2022 and Into 2023

    Nov. 22, 2022
    Healthcare Innovation presents some of the top cybersecurity news from 2022 and cyber expert Richard Staynings reflects upon the year and what’s in store for 2023
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    Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs)

    APG’s Susan Dentzer on the Future of ACOs

    Oct. 19, 2022
    Susan Dentzer, president and CEO of APG, America’s Physician Groups, shares her perspectives on where ACO development and value-based contracting are headed

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    Behavioral Health

    Experts Weigh in on Fixing Broken Mental Healthcare System

    Sept. 26, 2022
    Panelists at University of Pennsylvania meeting describe need to address workforce, equity, payment issues as well as primary care integration
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    ChenMed recently opened a Dedicated Senior Medical Center, the first of two serving aging Charlotte, N.C., residents.
    Primary Care

    Q&A With ChenMed CMO Gordon Chen

    Aug. 30, 2022
    Chen describes how company’s full-risk model in Medicare Advantage allows it to invest more in high-touch primary care in underserved areas