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PopHealth Week – Annual Medicare Wellness Visit,Value Based Care and Employers

Gregg and I had an interesting discussion on this week’s episode of PopHealth Week. We covered the Annual Medicare Wellness Visit and how it came to be, as well as value based care and some interesting moves by employers (Walmart and the Utah State Employee Health Plan) and providers (Oschner and their ACO).  Listen in:

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Health City Cayman Island – Medical Tourism May be One Way to Lower Healthcare Costs

Health City Cayman Island


I recently had the pleasure of visiting Health City Cayman Islands (HCCI), a medical facility founded by Dr. Devi Shetty in a relationship between Narayana Health and Ascension. A group of individuals from the United States toured the hospital and had an opportunity to meet with and ask questions of the staff including the senior physicians for the surgical areas.

Although I was on the island for less than 20 hours, it goes without saying that Grand Cayman is beautiful and the ocean was oh so inviting. Next time I’ll have to spend a bit more time and enjoy the amenities including what the locals refer to as CaymanKind, but back to the purpose of the trip.

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