Health Economics

New Mindset, New Models

New Mindset, New Models

Posted by  | Collaboration, Health Economics, Health Innovation, Health System Sustainability, Patient Care

Arab Health Congress is the largest health care conference in the Middle East. It takes a year to plan and attracts more than 100,000 attendees and 4,000-plus exhibitors from nearly 160 countries around the world. JHI has participated in the congress for nearly 15 years. Representatives from across Johns Hopkins participated in this year’s event(...)

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Fixing a Broken Model

Fixing a Broken Model

Posted by  | Health Economics, Health Innovation, Health System Sustainability, Patient Care

Imagine going to your mechanic with a burned-out headlight. It should be a clear-cut replacement. Instead, the mechanic reprograms your engine control unit, realigns your suspension and flushes all your fluids. It takes the whole afternoon and costs many times over what you’d budgeted. And when you pull out of the parking lot and flip(...)

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All Paths Converge

All Paths Converge

Posted by  | Collaboration, Health Economics, Health Innovation, Health System Sustainability, Patient Care

My work focuses on numbers—accounts, assets, debt and equity. I live and breathe this stuff, so it was a welcome change to write a blog post—with very few numbers—about financial trends we at Johns Hopkins Medicine International are predicting for international collaborative health. Let’s start with the convergence among payors—particularly insurers—and what that might mean(...)

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