Do you want to know how we can all do healthcare for much less, yes, at half the expense, while getting better, much better health results?
The question isn’t just How, but Who?
How are we getting from paying for volume (the old way) to paying for value (the new way) in healthcare?
Who’s doing it? Who’s going to make it? Are you?
I’m a healthcare futurist. I specialize in helping you make sense of our healthcare industry, in the U.S. and around this big global market. I help you read the signs, to see where we’re heading and how you are going to fit into the picture.
The future of healthcare is not all whiz-bang futuristic technology, as some showmen would have you believe. It’s how the economics in healthcare are turning inside out, making some new tech laughable, and other new tech the perfect answer. If you don’t know this yet about healthcare, you better learn fast.
I help you work through the issues and challenges, so you don’t devise:
an app or dongle that no one will buy,
a procedure that no one will pay for,
a career that will no longer exist,
a wrong-headed and ill-fated investment,
or a merger than will sink of its own weight.
You may be an employer or consumer who knows it’s a minefield out there and that you can either buy coverage that will bankrupt you or coverage that will protect you. I show you how much power you actually have in determining what you get.
Here’s the thing: There’s no point fooling ourselves. There is a revolution happening now in healthcare, we’re already starting to make the shift from paying for volume to paying for value. It’s called the Volume to Value movement.
Understanding how to do this goes to the heart of whether your venture will be a success or failure. If you pretend this isn’t important, you won’t need me.
But if you’ve been paying attention, you know that some of your competition are figuring out how to make that shift, but most are not. Yet.
That’s why I’ve written a handbook on how to do it:
In my new talks and consulting and in my new book, I show you how each constituency in the title has a role to play in finally getting what we pay for in healthcare and I show you exactly what that role and what your opportunity is.
I start with the big picture – it’s really big, I’ve been speaking in Canada, Europe, Asia, the Emirates because healthcare costs have been rising fast everywhere. I lay out the lessons being learned. Then I present the framework for change, which is the 7 Levers of Change and the action steps. There are even checklists.
This is truly a manual.
It’s all based on what the revolutionaries are actually doing now, what they’re learning, and how they can save you a whole lot of trouble, maybe your career.
If you’re already in this fight to make the shift to paying for great health outcomes, or if you want to be, I can show you whom to learn from and how to find allies. You don’t have to be alone in this, in fact, when you find your allies, it starts to feel like something worth doing, something exciting. Something to be proud of.
And it is.
That’s because this new kind of healthcare is not about rationing and cutbacks and takeaways. It’s not about getting less.
It’s about more, smarter, healthcare,
where you need it,
when you need it,
what you really need.
It’s about healthcare you can feel safe and proud to offer your children and your communities, healthcare that doesn’t steal your house or your car because you can’t afford to pay, and when you’re most vulnerable.
How? Well, the answer is mostly not in Washington, it’s not conservative or liberal.
The answer is mostly not about who pays for healthcare. The answer is mostly about who we pay, and what we pay them for.
There are certainly many ways to screw up this great change. I can show you who’s winning and who’s losing and why. But what I’d most like to show you are the real, demonstrably successful ways to make the Next Healthcare work for you, your organization, your community.
Ask me how I can help you.
– Joe Flower