Industry News: Volume 10, Issue 4

Korean Medical Tourism gaining momentum based on traditional medicine  Drprem.com -- Traditional Korean medicine has been boosting country’s medical tourism industry since last few years.  In 2016, over 18 thousand foreign patients visited South Korea seeking traditional treatments; a dramatic increase from around 13.22 thousand patients in the previous year as reported by Statista.com. This

Volume 10, Issue 3: Robert Skelton speaks on how ASAE’s ‘Association of Associations’ helps carry out the mission of each of their members

Dear Colleagues: In this thought-provoking, exclusive interview, please meet Harlan Levine, M.D., President, Strategy and Business Ventures, City of Hope. City of Hope is an independent research and treatment center for cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening diseases and is designated as one of only 49 comprehensive cancer centers, the highest recognition

Volume 3 Issue 13: Stewart Schaffer discusses the anomaly of the healthcare system and how CSuite Solutions’ trusted advisors offer help

Dear Colleagues: In this exclusive interview, you will meet Stewart Schaffer, managing partner, CSuite Solutions. He has been a senior strategy and business development executive in the healthcare, retail and hospitality industries for over 25 years. CSuite Solutions was formed to attract the most senior and accomplished health care industry executives in

SPOTLIGHT: Stewart Schaffer, managing partner, CSuite Solutions

  About Stewart Schaffer Stewart Schaffer is a co-founder and managing partner of CSuite Solutions. He has been a senior strategy and business development executive in the healthcare, retail and hospitality industries for over 25 years. His areas of expertise include: strategic planning, organization structure, business intelligence, product and service development, consumer

Industry News: Volume 3 Issue 13

Medical tourism: A growing fad for healthcare By: Madisocn Weil Kesq.com – Medical tourism is the practice of moving a patient to a hospital or clinic in another country. It is typically done when the transfer facility is better equipped to handle the care of the patient. According to Dr. David Hayes, the

Volume 10, Issue 3: Robert Skelton speaks on how ASAE’s ‘Association of Associations’ helps carry out the mission of each of their members

Dear Colleagues, Meet Robert Skelton, Chief Administrative Officer, ASAE: The Center for Association Leadership, a membership organization of more than 44,000 association executives and industry partners representing 7,400 organizations.Robert explains how his “Association of Associations” has grown to encompass thousands of members and explains the direction of the organization. This issue also

Industry News: Volume 10, Issue 3

Healthcare Spending up 44% Among Employer Health Plans, Study Reveals By: Morgan Haefner BeckersHospitalReview.com- Americans with health insurance coverage through their employer — the largest insured population in the U.S. — saw healthcare spending increase 44 percent from 2007 through 2016, according to a recent study in Health Affairs. Health Care Cost Institute

News In Review: Volume 10, Issue 3

Trump Makes it Easier for Employers to Pay Workers for Health Coverage CNN.com– The Trump administration is expanding employers' ability to give workers cash to buy heath care coverage elsewhere, including on the Obamacare exchanges, senior officials announced Monday. Although Widely Deployed, Employees Slow to Use Telemedicine EmployeeBenefitAdviser.com – While the majority of employer-sponsored

Volume 3 Issue 12: Britt Hayes, chief marketing officer, Health Design Plus Offers Innovations in Value-Based Programs and Centers of Excellence

Dear Colleagues: In this exclusive interview, you will meet Britt Hayes, chief marketing officer, of Health Design Plus. He has been in the healthcare business for 24 years, and has a background in brokerage/consulting side of business as well as the carrier side of the equation. Health Design Plus is an innovative