NH Healthcare Price Transparency Company Will Work with Behavioral Economics Firm to Introduce and Drive Consumerism in Healthcare Portsmouth, NH—October 22, 2020—MyMedicalShopper, creator of the price transparency platform of the same name, has partnered with Silicon Valley-based Irrational Labs to develop, implement, and execute initiatives focused on introducing and driving consumerism in the healthcare marketplace. […]
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By Mark Galvin, Manchester Union Leader NEW HAMPSHIRE has always been a national leader helping citizens navigate the complexity of health insurance. In 1851, New Hampshire was the first state in the nation to establish an insurance regulatory agency. In 2003, New Hampshire emerged as the nation’s leader on healthcare transparency, becoming the first state […]
Dr. Amnon Gavish becomes new EVP of Corporate Development and Strategy Portsmouth, NH—August 6th, 2020—Dr. Amnon Gavish, an entrepreneur, digital health executive, and thought leader with decades of experience in technology and strategy development, has joined MyMedicalShopper as Executive Vice President of Corporate Development and Strategy. “Dr. Gavish brings years of expertise and knowledge to […]
Host: Dave Kerrigan, Founder & Managing Director of Sante Nasc, LLC Listen to the podcast now. Shopping for the right medical tests and procedures at the right price isn’t easy—until now. Mark Galvin from MyMedicalShopper joins the Innovation Conversations with NFP podcast to talk about how a chance meeting he had with his doctor led […]
Some American companies have embraced elements of it, such as price transparency and HSAs. By George P. Shultz and Vidar Jorgensen, The Wall Street Journal Does a real health-care market exist anywhere in the world? It certainly doesn’t in the U.S., where health-care providers don’t tell patients in advance about pricing, outcomes or alternatives. Consumers […]
By Brian O’Connell, TheStreet.com There’s good news and bad news on the COVID-19 front. The good news is that state-by-state testing is up dramatically, with some states like New York (over 4.23 million tests in June); California (4.68 million tests); and Florida (2.2. million tests) leading the way. The bad news? The days of the U.S. […]
By Kaitlin Menza, mic.com If you’re like me, and the numbers suggest you are, you have a money habit so shameful that it revisits you in the darkest times. You’re trying to fall asleep but then you remember it and start running numbers in your head; or worse, you’re out with friends enjoying a beautiful afternoon and then a little voice […]
By Amnon Gavish, EVP of Corporate Development & Strategy Due to the COVID-19 crisis, PEOs’ and HROs’ services are expected to expand beyond their traditional customer zones (See Oliver Wyman: The Potential New Normal in Insurance Products). As a result, they may also have an opportunity to play a major role in fixing our broken […]
By Matthew McCormick, Partnership Executive, MMS Analytics, Inc. As the pandemic known as COVID-19 came to the forefront of our daily lives, my mind, like many of yours, undoubtedly leapt towards “What are the consequences of this virus upon my career?” First and foremost, I am fortunate that, at the publishing of this blog, I […]
By Paul Briand, posted Jun 5, 2020 PORTSMOUTH — When it comes the promise of free testing for COVID-19, free isn’t really free, according to Mark Galvin of MyMedicalShopper, an online health care price comparison tool. Like other costs associated with the health care industry, he said, the cost of a procedure or a test or a drug […]