SHG’s Hank Osowski was recently invited to provide commentary on changes to healthcare created by the Coronavirus pandemic that would likely be sustained long after the pandemic has receeded.
Hank Osowski was recently interviewed by Care Analytics News regarding his views on the merit of Value-Based Care
Hank Osowski, Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Strategic Health Group, was invited to submit his views on the merit of Value-Based Care for the September 2019 issue of Care Analytics News.
Hank Osowski, Co-Founder and Managing Partner of SHG, was invited to submit his views on the impact of value-based care on population health for the Thought Leaders' Corner of the May 2019 issue of Population Health News.
Hank Osowski, co-founder and Managing Partner of Strategic Health Group, recently penned a commentary for the March 7, 2019 California edition of Payers & Providers on “Disruption: The Health Care Sector’s Constant Companion”. SHG has assisted multiple clients plan and execute effective strategies for dealing with the challenges and opportunities associated with disruption.
Hospice care is seen as a profitable venture if the buyer can control all the delivery systems that need to be involved, says Hank Osowski of Strategic Health Group.
SHG’s co-founder Hank Osowski was recently interviewed for an article on the challenges of marketing to the Baby Boomer generation for the August 2018 edition of the Healthcare Marketing Report.
Dennis Eder - Co-founder and Managing Partner of Strategic Health Group, is a financial and operational executive with more than 30 years of experience with some of the nation’s leading health plans, integrated delivery systems, third party administrators and pharmaceutical manufacturers.
Among the things I have enjoyed most during my three decades as a healthcare executive and consultant has been the past five years serving as a senior leader with the Practice Change Leaders for Aging and Health (“PCL”) program. Funded by The John A. Hartford Foundation Inc. and The Atlantic Philanthropies, this program’s singular purpose is “to develop, support and...
Despite multiple attempts to legislate “parity” between behavioral health and medical benefits, until recently we have been largely unsuccessful in fully integrating the two disciplines. Our fragmented networks of care, the medical orientation benefit plans and even the social stigma associated with behavioral health diagnoses have contributed barriers to this lack of care integration.
A frequent outgrowth of leadership efforts to create a new strategic plan is the desire to consider strategic partnerships as an attractive road to long-term sustainability and growth. I have seen this temptation repeatedly surface when called upon to advise boards and/or senior management of healthcare organizations.