On April 23, 2017, the Detroit News published the following column written by Forthright Health’s Tom Valenti. The column’s point is that we’re wasting too much time arguing [...]
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Why there will never be an Uber for healthcare You should walk away from anyone who says there can be an “Uber for healthcare.” It is the equivalent of someone saying they “have a bridge to sell [...]
Forthright Health’s Founding Partner, Tom Valenti, Writes for Well-Regarded HR Website: EREMedia/TLNT.com
Why Telemedicine Won’t Save Your Company A Dime How I wish I could simply call a doctor to find out if this sickness is something I can just “wait-out.” It is 11:30 PM and my nagging cold [...]
How long has there been talk of “fixing” US healthcare? How many times has your employer changed its health plan hoping to find a magic cure for ever-rising costs? Despite the talk and changes so [...]
How I wish I could simply call a doctor to find out if this sickness is something I can just “wait-out.” It is 11:30 PM and my nagging cold symptoms are keeping me from falling asleep. I think: [...]
Here’s Why Employer Health Plan Private Exchanges Do Not Reduce Cost Nor Expand Choice and Competition
Can you imagine the glee in employer boardrooms upon hearing: “we have $X budgeted for healthcare for the next few years and that’s exactly what we’re going to spend,” regardless of the actual [...]
Jay Greene, Crain’s well-respected healthcare reporter, wrote the following article: Primary care network set to increase access to physicians Employers are going to look for the best [...]
After year's of changes in benefit plan design, wellness programs, and onsite clinics, Intel's healthcare costs were still rising at an unsustainable double-digit rate.
The Seattle Fire Fighters Union contracted directly with Qliance for comprehensive primary care.
I see this chart presented time and again as the reason for our high healthcare costs. Usually, it is shown by a well-meaning physician who implies “see, it’s all those damn greedy non-doctors [...]