A key question is how healthcare systems can be redesigned without damaging the foundations upon which they were originally built. Underpinned by the principle of solidarity, and fiduciary stability the US healthcare system is paid for by the population at large.
Most American citizens agree with this shared-risk principle; however the way in which this is paid and is provided “fairly” will continue to be a debate from administration to administration. The stakeholders from politician, to medical device innovators, pharmacology organizations, research institutions, insurance conglomerates, informatics innovators and of course citizens have skin in the game, and someone has to represent the providers and care givers that bare not on the strategic approach but the execution and actionable risk associated with patient care. That is where ProSource360 plays, that is where we offer practical and innovative approaches to program and project management for sustainability, and adoption.
The tactical challenge is that the financial contributions required for healthcare have risen steadily, to the point where the Federal government and payers realize that further increases are no longer possible or politically acceptable. Yet the rise in the cost of healthcare systems continues to outstrip economic growth and shows no sign of slowing down. We have to move boldly lock and step with clinicians that want to provide care, and can only do so leveraging technologies and business approaches that make sense, matter to their patients and are viable in the competitive environment we see in the US.