What Pharma Needs to Know About Local Healthcare Markets

Posted by Paul Darling on Fri, Dec 16, 2016


The “shop local” movement has been a mainstay in the U.S. healthcare marketplace for ages. Patients travel fewer than 30 miles for the majority of their care, which means that healthcare is consumed in local markets, each with unique characteristics, almost like small provinces. Providers are increasingly acknowledging this trend, as evidenced by the recent M&A activity of provider systems across the country. Given the pace of change, it seems that this topic warrants a closer look.  


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TEDMED: Breaking Through With New Ideas for Health—From Within and Without

Posted by Hensley Evans on Tue, Nov 24, 2015

TEDMED never fails to inundate me with interesting perspectives on the various forces shaping health and wellness in our world—brand-new ideas as well as science revisiting old wisdom to bring new insight. This year was no exception. While the topics and disciplines of the speakers ranged widely, I found myself finding several themes emerging as I reflected on the two and a half days.


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