Every year when governments all around the world announce their annual budgets, healthcare consistently accounts for one of the highest expenditures. This state of affairs is due to the fact that public healthcare is directly linked to the prosperity of a nation. As such, some big news coming from the healthcare sector in recent weeks is causing a lot of optimism.
It will now be a lot easier for healthcare consumers to access quality services thanks to announcements made by Amazon and CVS Pharmacy. Walmart was recently granted licenses to sell pharmaceutical products in 19 states while CVS is mulling over the decision of acquiring the health insurance company, Aetna. Some industry observers believe that the two moves are in fact related. The entry of a formidable retailer (like Amazon) is forcing traditional healthcare organizations (like CVS) to get more innovative in the way they structure their business. These traditional healthcare companies are now looking into controlling more elements of the healthcare ecosystem, which will, in turn, improve service delivery to customers. Find More Information Here.
One of the healthcare experts that have been highly supportive of similar integration of the public healthcare system in the country particularly in regard to health tech is Drew Madden. Mr. Madden is a healthcare information technology, professional and entrepreneur. His passion for healthcare tech has seen him work at a number of high-profile organizations where he fashioned a reputation for developing strong client relationships, effective organizational culture, and highly successful teams. He holds an undergraduate degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Iowa College of Engineering and currently serves as a managing partner at Evergreen Healthcare.
The hallmark of Mr. Madden’s professional career thus far is a highly successful six-year tenure as the president of Nordic Consulting Partners ending in 2016. A testament to his brilliance and talents, Mr. Drew Madden was appointed the organization’s president only a year after joining. In his time at the organization, he managed to grow the number of clients to 150 from a measly three and also grew the total number of employees from less than a dozen to over 700.
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