Point32Health taps health inclusion for LGBTQ+ care

After traditionally offering virtual care and navigation services to employers, Incorporated Health is now moving into the health plan arena. The LGBTQ+ community teams up with Point32Health to serve its commercial members in companies announced Wednesday. based in san francisco Incorporated Health Provides patients with access to virtual and in-person urgent care, primary care, behavioral … Read more

After Nearly 25 Years, the FTC Issues New Health Product Compliance Guidance

To print this article, all you need to do is register or login to Mondaq.com. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced its health product compliance guidance on December 20, 2022. The 2022 guidance updates and replaces the FTC’s 1998 guidance, Dietary Supplements: An Advertising Guide for the Industry. The scope of the new guidance has … Read more

CommonSpirit Health CEO at JPM: Some providers will be commodities

Wright Lassiter III, who was named CEO of CommonSpirit Health last April, outlined his vision for reviving his massive nonprofit’s finances at a JPMorgan healthcare conference on Monday. The convention returns to San Francisco after a two-year pandemic break and feels bursting as usual. Cracking a few jokes, Lassiter acknowledged he’s not here to take … Read more

Can Data Solve the Behavioral Health Outcomes Inequality Dilemma?

Nearly twenty years ago, the Institute of Medicine (now the National Academy of Medicine) published “Unequal Treatment: Confronting Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health Care.” In this landmark report, NAM noted that “a large body of published research suggests that racial and ethnic minorities experience lower quality of health services and are also less likely … Read more

What Marketers Need to Know About the FTC’s Updated Guidelines on Health Claims

The Federal Trade Commission’s guidelines for advertising healthcare products just got a major refresh — and they could be a rude awakening for marketers making overzealous claims about products like supplements or health apps. In late December the agency published “Health Product Compliance Guidance” to update and replace its 1998 guidance titled “Dietary Supplements: An … Read more

What Marketers Need to Know About the FTC’s Updated Guidelines on Health Claims

The Federal Trade Commission’s guidelines for advertising healthcare products just got a major refresh — and they could be a rude awakening for marketers making overzealous claims about products like supplements or health apps. In late December the agency published “Health Product Compliance Guidance” to update and replace its 1998 guidance titled “Dietary Supplements: An … Read more

What Marketers Need to Know About the FTC’s Updated Guidelines on Health Claims

The Federal Trade Commission’s guidelines for advertising healthcare products just got a major refresh — and they could be a rude awakening for marketers making overzealous claims about products like supplements or health apps. In late December the agency published “Health Product Compliance Guidance” to update and replace its 1998 guidance titled “Dietary Supplements: An … Read more

FTC issues new guidelines for health claims – advertising, marketing and branding

02 Jan 2023 Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz To print this article, all you need to do is register or login to Mondaq.com. Making Health Claims? Who else isn’t? If you are, you should definitely read the FTC’s new health product compliance guidance. Or at least this blog post! The new guidance updates and replaces … Read more

Health equality is everyone’s business; Success requires community voice and a strategy rooted in data

Health equity affects all of us directly or indirectly and a lack of equity can push us into financial trouble. Health equity is a fair and just opportunity for everyone to achieve their full potential in all aspects of health and well-being. Health disparities cost us $320 billion a year. If we do not change … Read more

Healthcare Access and Equity: Women’s Health and Technology Hold the Keys

While the quality of US health care and patient outcomes have generally increased over time, access to care – and thus to positive patient outcomes – is not the same for all people. Overall, one in 10 Americans does not have health insurance, the result of a system crumbling under the weight of high costs … Read more