ACO Watch: A Mid-Week Review with Brian Klepper, PhD.

Noted health care analyst, thought leader and blogger to discuss the employer’s interest in ACO development.

On the Wednesday, January 19th 2011 program at 11AM Pacific and 2PM Eastern, my guest commentator is thought leader, nationally known blogger, health care analyst, business development consultant, writer and speaker on health care cost and quality issues Brian Klepper, Ph.D. For more information, see: To listen to the broadcast live or via archived replay, click here.

Over many years, Brian Klepper has developed a national reputation for thoughtful, reasonable perspectives on complex health care issues. Dr. Klepper consults with health care organizations and business groups to create market visibility that leverages performance, and to take advantage of emerging trends that promise to positively transform both health care quality and cost.

Dr. Klepper serves as Editor for MedPedia, as Editor-at-Large for Community Oncology, and as one of only three non-physicians on the International Editorial Board of Medscape General Medicine, and is also a regular columnist on several of the best-respected and most widely-read expert health care blogs – The Health Care Blog, Health Care Policy and Marketplace Review, Health Commentary and Health Wonk Review.

Klepper is a Principal in three firms. Healthcare Performance provides market analyses and strategic services to the industry. Health 2.0 Advisors counsels health care firms on ways to use the Web to facilitate knowledge exchange, patient engagement, pricing and performance transparency, transactional streamlining and decision support. WeCare TLC develops and manages onsite clinics for employers and other organizations.

Please join us for an informative exchange!


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