Topic: Consumer-Driven Healthcare
Cincinnati-based Bon Secours Mercy Health is planning another merger, and this time it's with a health system located across the pond.
Best Buy is getting into the digital health space by partnering with Tyto Care, the maker of an at-home medical exam device and telehealth platform.
As they pay more for healthcare and expect technology to enable their interactions with service providers, consumers are now more engaged.
Walgreens is partnering with VillageMD to open five primary care clinics in the Houston area, with plans to possibly expand there and in other markets.
The drone-based transport system will allow drone containers to be secured with medical samples or specimens at one of WakeMed’s Raleigh facilities.
Amazon announced it will be accepting HSA cards for medical supplies sold on its e-commerce site, marking a big step for Amazon’s role in healthcare.
Dignity Health is getting into the specialty drug business and more healthcare headlines from around the web.
Trent Haywood, BCBS Institute president, discusses the organization's early progress and what's next to mark the institute's first anniversary.
In an increasingly competitive environment, the healthcare system needs to evolve to better meet the needs of communities.
Healthcare players shouldn't fear rapid industry change and the growing emphasis on consumerism, experts said.