Our friends at icyou (who by the way are doing a fabulous job with the forthcoming Health 2.0 DVD) are at the 3rd Annual Consumer-Centric Healthcare Congress this week. They have a raft of interviews with some of the smartest people in the pro-consumer care crowd (Michael Cannon and John Goodman), some people from technology (Sheila Mehan from WebMD) some from the old world of health care (Neal Miller from Kaiser talking about how to bribe people to go to the gym ($150 for going 90 times a year! and Bridget Duffy from Cleveland Clinic on patient advocates— Health navigation they call it )—all talking about consumer driven health care.

Lots to ponder at ICYou, but the big question is why don’t we get to see Nina?

The CATO Institute’s Michael Cannon ranks the Presidential Candidates on their health care proposals.

The Cleveland Clinic’s Dr. Bridget Duffy on physician reactions to consumerism.
Share on Twitter

Comments are closed


The Power of Small Why Doctors Shouldn't Be Healers Big Data in Healthcare. Good or Evil? Depends on the Dollars. California's Proposition 46 Narrow Networking


Matthew Holt
Founder & Publisher

John Irvine
Executive Editor

Jonathan Halvorson

Alex Epstein
Director of Digital Media

Munia Mitra, MD
Chief Medical Officer

Vikram Khanna
Editor-At-Large, Wellness

Joe Flower
Contributing Editor

Michael Millenson
Contributing Editor

We're looking for bloggers. Send us your posts.

If you've had a recent experience with the U.S. health care system, either for good or bad, that you want the world to know about, tell us.

Have a good health care story you think we should know about? Send story ideas and tips to editor@thehealthcareblog.com.


Questions on reprints, permissions and syndication to ad_sales@thehealthcareblog.com.


Reach a super targeted healthcare audience with your text ad.


Log in - Powered by WordPress.