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Healthcare Reform

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What Single Payer Healthcare Means for Providers

How quickly things change. From one vote away from the so-called “skinny” repeal of the Affordable Care Act to a proposed revolution of the current healthcare system, healthcare providers are getting whiplash right about now. Read more

Part II: Healthcare Reform Beyond the ACA

Last week, healthcare reform expert Stuart Clark shared with Cassling readers some common  questions and answers related to the American Health Care Act (AHCA) as a follow-up to Cassling’s recent webinar, when he presented The Advisory Board’s “Healthcare State of the Union.” Click here to read part one of his blog. This... Read more

Part I: Healthcare Reform Beyond the ACA

The healthcare industry is entering the next era of healthcare reform, which will center on hospital and health system leaders transforming the delivery system to meet two profound and lasting market evolutions: population health and consumerism. During Cassling’s recent webinar, I had the pleasure of presenting The... Read more

What Imaging Providers Must Know to Survive in Today's Healthcare Landscape

No one can argue that the healthcare landscape is continually changing. The House just voted to significantly change the Affordable Care Act (ACA). In the coming days, we can settle in for the long and painstaking process to determine exactly what this means. Whether a consumer, healthcare professional or one of thousands... Read more

Editorial: How the Election Impacts Healthcare in 2017 & Beyond

I can't count the number of times I've thought, “How'd we end up with these two?” (OK, four candidates for those of you who prefer the Libertarian and Green Parties.) Yes, Secretary Clinton and Mr. Trump have their good points and their bad points. My goal here is not to dwell on missing emails, vulgar comments, lies and... Read more

Kyle Salem Connects the Dots - Predictions for the Radiology and Imaging Industries

There’s probably nothing I like more than trying to connect the dots in a complex system of things to make predictions about future behavior. I had a chance to do this with health care, in general, in a previous post. Now I’d like to take the idea just a step deeper and look at the first of the two areas closest to our... Read more