Paul Keckley outlines specific steps for the field until Congress decides what to do with the ACARead More
Ballyhooed study may overstate higher quality with women docs, but lessons still can be learnedRead More
Paul Keckley analyzes the president-elect's health care agenda.
November 15, 2016
Until trust between payers and providers is addressed, shared risk arrangements will disappoint.
November 2, 2016
Paul Keckley describes how hospital field execs can learn from drug company missteps.Read More
The selling game in health care is out of the closet and deserves scrutiny, Paul Keckley says.Read More
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Paul Keckley reveals the one issue that may be the biggest determinant of your organization's success.
August 4, 2016
ACOs will continue to face changes as the field meets them with angst. But they're not going to completely disappear, says Paul Keckley.Read More
Has patient care been compromised by the physician influence industry? There’s scant evidence.
July 11, 2016
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Since transparency is not mandatory for consulting firms, consider these attributes when deciding whom to hire, says Paul Keckley.Read More
The medical field could do more to harvest the benefits of improving EQRead More
The transition from patient to engaged consumer is real
May 3, 2016
The future of primary care looks different than it does currently, in almost every way.
April 20, 2016
An outline of the different ways the federal government is transferring risk to providers
April 1, 2016
The changes taking place in health care make good governance, compliance increasingly vital.
February 1, 2016
The most fundamental question facing hospitals and physicians in every community is this: Given the shift in accountability for costs from insurers to hospitals and physicians, does sponsoring a health plan make sense?
January 4, 2016