2017

Hospitals and Health Networks

The Future of Employer-Sponsored Coverage

2016

Hospitals and Health Networks

Emergency Care

In Search of Simplicity

Population Health and Income Inequality

Innovation at Scale: Lessons from Providence

Health Care: Good Jobs at Good Wages

Coverage, Affordable Care and Health

The Health Care Blog

Trump State of the Union

The Trump Healthcare Interview: Part Two

The Trump Healthcare Interview

2015

Hospitals and Health Networks

The Power of States as Public Purchasers

Bundled Payment or Population Health?

The Default Future for Health Care

Improvement Fatigue

HealthCare Costs and Choices in the Last Years of Life

The American Health Care Consumer

2014

Hospitals and Health Networks

Independence

Urgent Care

The Innovation Imperative

Risky Business: Health Systems Become Insurers

Dubai and Pete Seeger

My Journey through Obamacare

2013

Hospitals and Health Networks

The Future of Academic Medical Centers

Why Some ACO Pioneers Turned Back

Eyes on California

The Bending of the Health Care Cost Curve

The Worst Case Scenario and Best Case Scenario for Implementing Obamacare

The Impact of Private and Public Health Insurance Exchanges

2012

Hospitals and Health Networks

Magical Thinking in Healthcare

The Bridge from Volume- to Value-Based Payment

Massively Coordinated Care

The Half Life of Healthcare: Understanding the Velocity of Change

Reinventing Rural Health

Hospitals and Health Systems Online

Consumer Engagement

2011

Hospitals and Health Networks

The Spot Market

The Primary Care Problem

Medicare Disadvantage

The Four Americas

Common Ground

Chasing Unicorns: The Future of ACOs

The Health Care Blog

The Incredible and Wasteful Complexity of the US Healthcare System

2010

Hospitals and Health Networks

In Search of the Next Economy

The New Math

Flip the Switch

Government Run Health Care

Dr. T and the Canadian Medicine Show

French Lessons

The Health Care Blog

American Healthcare: Caught in a Bad Romance

2009

Hospitals and Health Networks

Disinformation, Division, and Delaying the Inevitable

If Bernie Madoff Ran Health Care

Galapagos

Obama’s Re-Election

Meltdown

The Health Care Blog

Silly Season: Monty Python Policy Making

2008

Hospitals and Health Networks

25 Percent

Explanation of Benefits

Mandated Competition

Clinical Reengineering

The New American Compromise

The Fallacy of Excellence

2007

Hospitals and Health Networks

The Doctor Conundrum

Ohio

Aussie, Aussie, Aussie

Time Out

Care, Not Coverage

With Mayo

Managed Care Outlook

Conversations on The Changing Face Of Managed Care: Insights From the 2006-2007 Podcast Series

2006

American Hospital Association's Futurescan

The Atomization of Healthcare

Hospitals and Health Systems Online

First Class

Choice, Security and Stuff

Five Books

Simple Care

Bricks and Clicks

Pearl Harbor, The Tipping Point, and Glacial Erosion

Patient Zero

2002-2004

Health Forum Journal

The Old Course and the MRI

The End of the Community Hospital

Wary of Choices

The Twenty Percent Solution

The Median and the Edge

Chief Example Officer

Hospitals and Health Systems Online

Tax Policy as Health Policy

The Myth of the Electronic Medical Record

The 2008 Election

Dogs and Doctors

Medicare Reform As Three Movies

Of Chicken and Lobster Soup: Price Transparency and the American Hospital

Looking Ahead Columns from the Health Forum Journal

There's No Screen

2000-2001

Aetna's Annual Report 2000: What Leaders Must Do

Looking Ahead: A Futurist's View of Healthcare

Annals of Internal Medicine

The Future of Physicians' Time

British Medical Journal

Hamster Health Care

Looking Ahead Columns from the Health Forum Journal

The Reluctant Donkey

Compassion, Connection, and Concern

Evidence-Based Consumerism

The Business Case for Universality

The Five Pillars of Leadership

The Rise and Fall and Rise of E-Health

1990s

British Medical Journal

The Future of Medicine

Health Affairs

It Ain’t Necessarily So: The Cost Implications Of Health Care Reform

Health Reform Lessons Learned From Physicians In Three Nations

Satisfaction With Health Systems In Ten Nations