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Money and Values: For Healthcare Workers, It’s Time They Align

By WYNNE ARMAND and CHRISTIAN MEWALDT It shouldn’t be controversial to say that promoting the well-being of patients and our community should be at the core of our decisions in health care — even when competing factors exist. Yet we have grown increasingly uncomfortable to realize that we’ve been investing in companies whose products — …

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Virtual care’s popularity notwithstanding, patient preference will still drive healthcare delivery

It is clear that virtual care is here to stay, but it is not the availability of technology that will govern how care is delivered. Rather, patients’ preferences, along with their underlying social needs, will determine which care delivery strategy providers need to use to ensure optimal outcomes.

Armed with $270M in capital, Scorpion Therapeutics aims to broaden the reach of precision oncology

Founded in 2020, Scorpion is agnostic about the potential therapies and targets it will explore with what it describes as its drug-hunting engine. But the company is hoping to unveil its first drug candidate this year.

Home-Based Medical Care Can Reduce Hospitalizations and Lower Costs — But It’s Still Underutilized

While home-based medical care has been shown to reduce hospitalization rates and lower costs for both homebound and non-homebound populations alike, it continues to be drastically underutilized in the current health care ecosystem. As a result, there are millions of older Americans — especially those living in rural areas — who are going without the …

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