Podcast: Healthcare Regulations Lag in the Digital Transformation

In our interview, he argues that the technological divide between regulatory law and healthcare delivery are harming patients and providers. The problem extends to laws governing groups like the U.S. Food and Drug Administration — which Richman credits for doing the best it can to overcome this challenge — and nearly every corner of medicine.

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Task Shifting Could Help Lower Costs in U.S. Health Care

For years, nurse practitioners and physician assistants have taken on tasks that doctors once performed. This has saved money, of course, but it has also improved quality, because doctors and paramedics perform tasks that best fit their expertise. However, based on our research in India, we believe there’s a lot more room for task shifting in U.S. health care.

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