Value-Based Care

Healthcare’s Transformation Depends on Collaboration

In an op-ed published this month in Modern Healthcare, Medical Alley Association President and CEO Shaye Mandle took one of the key themes from April’s Annual Dinner — that without collaboration across all facets of healthcare, we will be unable to solve the biggest problems facing the industry today — and brought it to a […]

Old Buildings, New Ways to Deliver Integrated Care

By Andrew Walker, Alex Kurth and Josh Brix, West Monroe Partners The concept of adaptive reuse is defined as “the practice of identifying, acquiring, renovating, and placing back into service a building or similar structure for a purpose different than that for which is was originally designed.” Simply put: ‘old buildings, new ways.’ Despite being […]

For The Record with StoneArch’s Marcia Miller

   Marcia brings more than 30 years of marketing experience to StoneArch, ranging from start-up brands to Fortune 10 companies. She’s spent the last 12 years committed to the healthcare industry. Before joining the agency, she was Senior VP of Corporate Marketing at Optum, a technology-based health services company owned by UnitedHealthGroup. Prior to that, she’s held […]

At The Table – November 28, 2018

Session 2019: Walz/Flanagan Administration Announce Transition Team; Minnesota House DFL Reveals Committee Structure and Chairs Shortly before Thanksgiving, Governor-elect Tim Walz and Lieutenant Governor-elect Peggy Flanagan made multiple announcements regarding their transition efforts and leadership team. First is the One Minnesota Transition Advisory Board that will advise the administration on a number of things, including […]

For The Record with Bright Health’s Kyle Rolfing

Will the future of healthcare be most significantly defined by reigning in costs or accelerating outcomes?  Both, and the key to both reigning in costs and improving outcomes will be addressing waste and redundancy. That’s one of the things we’re most proud about at Bright Health. Addressing waste and redundancy is at the center of […]

For The Record with MGC Diagnostics CEO, Todd Austin

Will the future of healthcare be most significantly defined by reigning in costs or accelerating outcomes? I believe it will be a combination of both. The cost of providing healthcare, whether diagnostic, therapeutic or pharmacologic, will always be under pressure, thus manufactures will be continuously reducing cost of goods sold to maintain gross margin. Healthcare […]

Event Recap: New Models In Addressing Mental Health

Medical Alley has long been recognized as a place where innovation happens. The life-changing work that is done here often happens because people with diverse backgrounds and ideas join together to solve critical problems, and the results are life-improving, deeply meaningful discoveries and advances. To show the amazing work happening in Medical Alley and to, […]

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