Health economist Jane Sarasohn-Kahn shares her takeaways from CES 2020—and explains how digital health technology is blurring into healthcare.
Liberation is more than just a philosophy—it’s also about taking action. That’s why this year’s Liberation 2019 was such an exciting event for those eager to identify and actualize strategies for transforming care in the real world. One session where these ideas emerged was led by Jane Sarasohn-Kahn, health economist, author and trend-weaver.
Patients are more responsible for healthcare costs now than ever. And this election season, they’re speaking up about price transparency in the healthcare industry—both with their ballots and their choice of provider.
The following blog post is courtesy of Jane Sarasohn-Kahn of healthpopuli.com, one of the featured speakers at the Liberation 2019 event.
Managing mental health is critical for achieving desired physical health outcomes. That’s why some companies are partnering with health organizations to make mental health a priority.
Technology can help scale social determinants of health. But to be effective, we must first understand the people with whom we wish to engage.