What’s not going to happen if there’s a new surge of coronavirus

new surge of coronavirus

Share Let’s review the initial response to the first wave of coronavirus by hospitals, city and state governments. Hospitals cancelled elective cases. Cities and states ordered a shelter in place order, shut down restaurants and closed parks and beaches.   … Continue reading

No more waiting in doctor’s offices!

no more waiting in doctor

ShareWhen we consider black swan events, which I’ve discussed here before, they’re often looked at in a negative connotation. And rightly so. But in an effort to find a silver lining to this pandemic, we should consider the pandemic as … Continue reading

America has to reopen for business… but not at the same time

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ShareThis post may ultimately sound self serving because I’m recommending something that benefits my city and my business. But it doesn’t make these recommendations any less appropriate. San Francisco is ready to reopen for business at the end of the … Continue reading

3 ways to publish your prices with BuildMyBod Health [video]

publish your prices

Share It’s official! Price transparency in healthcare is closer to reality. President Trump released new rules requiring hospitals to publish their charges and negotiated rates. You may be thinking, “oh this doesn’t affect me! It only affects hospitals and their employed physicians.” But … Continue reading

Compete on price transparency, not price! [video]

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Share Whenever I discuss the concept of price transparency with other healthcare providers, the first thing they say is, “I don’t want to compete on price!” I simply don’t understand why the premise of price transparency automatically leads to the … Continue reading

One step closer: Price transparency in healthcare [video]

price transparency in healthcare

Share It’s official! Price transparency in healthcare is closer to reality. President Trump released new rules requiring hospitals to publish their charges and negotiated rates. You may be thinking, “oh this doesn’t affect me! It only affects hospitals and their employed … Continue reading

3 options for financing cosmetic surgery and other healthcare services [video]

options for financing cosmetic surgery

Share If you’re considering any type of procedure that will be paid out of pocket because it’s considered cosmetic or because it’s medically necessary and you haven’t met your deductible, you want to read this first! Here are 3 options … Continue reading