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Jumpstart Health Investors’ CEO, Doug Edwards, in Healthcare Business Review on fueling Healthcare Innovation through Investments
Click here to read up on Jumpstart Health Investors' strategic approach to investing in support of forward-thinking...
JUMPSTART Health Investors in Nashville today reported some progress in raising funds from accredited investors for...
When funding flooded into the health care space in 2020 in a pandemic-induced frenzy, Black-founded startups saw less than...
Learn more about short-term limited-duration insurance (STLDI) plans, including both their advantages and challenges compared to typical health plans. In addition, read about potential approaches to these challenges, a proposed new plan design, and our assessment of the design.
Exploring Opportunities Within the Short-Term Health Insurance Market
Learn more about short-term limited-duration insurance (STLDI) plans, including both their advantages and challenges compared to typical health plans. In…
Uncompensated Care: Identifying and Reducing Risk
With increasing patient self-pay responsibility and decreasing hospital operating margins, the pressure for provider organizations to reduce their uncompensated care levels is increasing. Learn…
Four Windows Into the Post COVID-19 World
We have developed four scenarios for how the COVID-19 outbreak could progress and associated impacts on: the U.S. society, the economy and the health system (in the short-, intermediate- and long-terms).