The financial impact of cancer treatment can be so severe for patients and their families that it’s been described as “financial toxicity”. For oncologists, a thoughtful patient financial strategy is critical to patient and provider well-being.
Just-published research finds that one out of every four dollars spent on healthcare in the U.S. is wasted. In a system fraught with inefficiencies, some healthcare providers are taking steps to reduce waste, improve patient experiences and brighten their financial outlook.
Patients in the U.S. Healthcare System are forced to work with archaic systems that have not kept pace with changing economics and a much more demanding healthcare consumer. Bridging the gap between what patients expect and what they actually get calls for urgent but readily achievable action.
Whether or not one agrees that additional regulations are the best solution to the healthcare issues concerning Americans, it’s clear that more regulations are on their way. For industry innovators who lean in to these changes, we believe the prospects for longer-term success are promising, even groundbreaking. The challenge is finding the...