Jane Sarasohn-Kahn

Jane Sarasohn-Kahn: Economist, communicator and trend weaver

By Jane Sarasohn-Kahn 12:30 pm November 07, 2016
Interoperability of medical records across physician offices remained elusive in 2015, according to the latest data reported out by the Centers for Disease Control.
By Jane Sarasohn-Kahn 12:14 pm October 21, 2016
Supply of mobile health apps greatly exceeds the demand for them, based on research2guidance’s report on the mHealth App Developer Economics 2016, analyzing the status and trends of the mobile health apps market.
By Jane Sarasohn-Kahn 04:25 pm October 05, 2016
In an AMA survey, 85 percent of physicians saw advantages for digital health solutions in caring for patients.
National Health IT Week 2016

Jane Sarasohn Kahn

By Jane Sarasohn-Kahn 09:48 am September 27, 2016
Commemorating National Health IT Week with some research numbers.
By Jane Sarasohn-Kahn 05:07 pm August 30, 2016
Some 18 percent of U.S. consumers use a wearable device, according to the 2016 UPS Pulse of the Online Shopper survey.
By Jane Sarasohn-Kahn 11:05 am August 12, 2016
Large employers are taking more control over health care costs and quality by pressuring changes to how care is actually delivered, based on the results from the 2017 Health Plan Design Survey sponsored by the National Business Group on Health (NBGH).

Jane Sarasohn-Kahn is a health economist and advisor at THINK-Health, a health consultancy she founded in 1992.

By Jane Sarasohn-Kahn 04:12 pm July 25, 2016
As patients learn to manage high-deductible plans and health savings accounts, convenience, accessibility and neighborhood connections are shaping patient's financial decisions.

Jane Sarasohn Kahn gauges the state of health In the U.S. today.

By Jane Sarasohn-Kahn 03:27 pm July 25, 2016
Mortality rates have not improved, and obesity is on the rise, but there Is some good news.
By Jane Sarasohn-Kahn 12:22 pm June 14, 2016
We define “health” broadly in Health Populi and in our work at THINK-Health, so I am thinking about health disparities today that people in the LGBT community face every day. Let’s call them out.
By Jane Sarasohn-Kahn 03:41 pm May 23, 2016
Putting patients at the center of preventing mortality from blood clots, and being more aware of them in recognizing their onset, is key to stemming the disease burden. We can do more to engage with information, tools and other patients and programs to help monitor this condition.

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