What does Patient-Level Profitability look like at the patient level?

What does Patient-Level Profitability look like at the patient level?

When a surgeon is operating on a patient’s carpal tunnel, the last thing they are thinking about is money. OK, we hope money is the last thing they are thinking about.

Hospital leaders, on the other hand, are probably thinking about money the entire time the patient is sedated, recovering, and even back home watching TV.

Payers are pushing to move services from inpatient to outpatient settings. Patients demand minimally-invasive procedures with fast recovery times. We want these things for ourselves and our family members, but they’re not easy for hospitals to deliver.

TC NewTech 5/1/2018 — Unsolicited advice for Craig Huff, Minva Technologies

TC NewTech 5/1/2018 — Unsolicited advice for Craig Huff, Minva Technologies

Dear Craig,

That was not a small room you got up in front of this week. That took guts and I applaud you for going there. You and your team have accomplished a lot (more than I had at your age). And because you got up and spoke, more people know about Minva Technologies than before. That’s not a bad thing.

HOWEVER, a couple of small tweaks and you could have made a room full of allies instead of a room full of skeptics (which is what you ended up with).

TC New Tech 4/3/2018 — An attack drone to protect cherry trees

TC New Tech 4/3/2018 — An attack drone to protect cherry trees

Enjoy the cherries while you can, birds! Is Sam Simpson a cherry farmer or a movie director? At TC New Tech on Tuesday, Sam painted a vivid picture of a not-so-distant future. A future where birds don't eat his cherries anymore. The cherries still taste good -- better...