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So far Vance Vanier has created 14 blog entries.

Focusing on Physician Happiness Is a Good Investment

Physician burnout has become a major problem in the U.S. healthcare industry. New stories about doctors’ crushing workloads and emotional struggles are covered frequently in the media, illustrating the urgent need for workplace change. Most of the coverage focuses on the emotional impact of burnout on doctors and their patients. However, I would like to [...]

By |2018-09-17T18:07:28+00:00September 17th, 2018|Blog|

Giving Price Transparency to Physicians, Not Patients, Is the Answer to Our Rising Healthcare Costs

A sense of resignation pervades the conversations about cost in the American healthcare sector. Cursory visits to a specialist's practice or a quick check-in at a local urgent care center can leave patients with a bill that counts into the hundreds or thousands — and yet, the vast majority of patients and providers grimly accept [...]

By |2020-06-16T15:44:18+00:00August 28th, 2018|Blog|

Physician Experience and Investment Decisions

Successful investments may hinge on the search for areas of medicine where demand outstrips supply. Typically, deliberation over investment decisions takes place in conversations annotated with market research, disease prevalence statistics,  population numbers, and comparable transaction analysis. The conversation has a clear-cut quality to it, and the sheer weight of research in an investment memo [...]

By |2018-12-10T15:34:59+00:00July 27th, 2018|Blog|

How New Healthcare Models Are Revolutionizing Elder Care

By 2029, one in every five Americans will be over the age of sixty-five. Baby boomers are retiring in ever-greater waves, making it ever-more vital to find new and innovative models of care to support the increasing number of retirees through their golden years. The old mainstays of elder care — retirement homes, assisted-living communities, [...]

By |2020-06-16T15:45:41+00:00July 10th, 2018|Blog|