Healthcare DIVE November 28, 2022
Auren Weinberg MD MBA

Perhaps the best way to describe the last few years is with one word: unprecedented. The COVID-19 pandemic generated several well-publicized and very significant consequences.  Healthcare workers have endured great stress, and many have left healthcare. Video and telephonic care have become more widely accepted.  Other less obvious consequences have surfaced including shortages in healthcare staff and demand for higher pay have increased healthcare labor costs.  Payers have been mandated to cover COVID-related services which will cause them to look for other savings opportunities like provider pay and pharmacy coverage.  The shifting burden of healthcare costs to the consumer seems to be accelerating.

In this article, we examine some of the most consequential ways the healthcare landscape is changing for...

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