Population Health, Social Determinants & the ‘All Hands on Deck’ Race to Matter

by Gregg A. Masters, MPH Population Health Alliance (PHA) Executive Director and current Board Chair Fred Goldstein and I just finished chatting with Rain Henderson, the CEO of the Clinton Health Matters Initiative (CHMI) a project of the Clinton Global Foundation. Rain covered quite a bit of ground from the mission of the Foundation to it’s […]

Ebola: What’s Accountable Care Got To Do With It?

by Gregg A. Masters, MPH I proudly display the ‘MPH” (master of public health) tag awarded by the School of Public Health from UCLA (a long time ago) and have both tweeted and blogged about the ‘we need more MPH’s and less MBA’s’ to solve America’s pressing healthcare challenges (access, affordability and quality imperative or […]

[Re-post] The ‘Medical Aggregators’: Are We Entering Round Deux?

By Gregg A. Masters, MPH [Originally written by @2healthguru on June 1, 2010 at 11:00 AM] First a little historical context: For those with a healthcare ‘event horizon’ slightly more seasoned than the current health reform ‘conversation’, you might remember the initial round of aggregation in medicine lead by disruptive nameplates such as MedPartners (now […]