Our American Healthcare System is in Transition
… and here is what you can do about it
This website is designed to address American healthcare in transition and assist those who have to navigate its perilous topography. Whether you are a provider of healthcare, a healthcare decision maker or the person actually wondering how you can get to that needed healthcare, we all need advocates.
In my professional lifetime of almost 50 years in healthcare, I have been learning how to facilitate healthcare for my patients and clients.
My goal is simple … Help you become an informed consumer of healthcare.
Today, the for-profit health insurance model drives American healthcare in transition:
the Consumer (you — the patient) is left out of the decision-making process.
(Non-profits make money; they just don’t share it with stockholders).
This current model is broken!
What Does Our Current Three-party Healthcare Model Look Like?
The Doctor or healthcare expert that provides the service
The patient who receives the service
The Insurance Company or other third party that pays for the service
Join me in the discussion on the viability of other health care models
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By Author Brian Casull, MD, MPA
COL (R) US Army Medical Corps
Physician Executive with 40+ years experience in
traditional and non-traditional physician environments
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Insights, case studies, and suggestions on how to deal with the issue of
making our American Healthcare in Transition more efficient.
Are You Ready to Become an Informed Healthcare Consumer?
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