Maestro Health Blog
Last year I wrote an article on the digitization of today’s healthcare experience. What started as a post to promote the good work our team is doing in the clinical care management space ended up being an ongoing dialogue around technology’s place in healthcare.
2020 and the COVID-19 pandemic shed a lot of light on gaps in the healthcare industry, from how people access care to understanding their options. While we saw some immediate changes made in response to the pandemic and economic crisis last year, there is still tremendous room for disruption and growth in the year ahead.
One of the most common issues we hear about healthcare today is the cost. Unexpected bills, surprise charges, rising premiums, lack of insight into what something costs and why, not knowing how to find a fair price for good care. The list goes on.
Healthcare today is pretty tough to navigate. Rising costs, jargon-filled benefits documents and opaque data (if you even get any data) are just a few of the issues many employers and members face today.
It’s no secret that healthcare costs are out of control. But the mystery is the costs themselves. Today’s healthcare industry […]
We’ve seen a lot of rapid change in the past year, from work routines to how we manage our wellbeing. […]