Tag Archives: healthcare

Healthcare, Heal Thyself! How the Industry Can and Should Play the Trust Card

The emergence of the COVID-19 vaccine “infodemic” has slowed the ability for nations around the world to emerge out of the public health crisis. Growing cynicism among some health citizens facing the politicization of public health tactics like vaccines and facial masks is what we’re talking about. At the root is peoples’ lack of trust… Read More »

Physicians, patients lost trust in US healthcare system amid pandemic, survey finds

Dive Brief: Physician trust in the U.S. healthcare system significantly declined during the pandemic, along with their confidence in the leaders and executives at the healthcare organizations employing them, according to a report from the nonpartisan research group NORC at the University of Chicago commissioned by the ABIM Foundation. The poll found that 30% of… Read More »

After Haven flop, JPMorgan Chase unveils solo healthcare venture

Dive Brief: JPMorgan Chase is launching Morgan Health as a means to boost the quality of healthcare for the bank’s 165,000 employees and their families — and to improve health equity and medical cost control, the bank said Thursday. The 20-person, Washington, D.C.-based unit will have $ 250 million to invest in “promising” innovations in… Read More »