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My Value Pricing Journey | Accounting WEB

My Value Pricing Journey | Accounting WEB

For the next few posts, I am going to write about my journey towards Value Pricing. After hearing about it for years, I have decided to fully adopt this highly recommended strategy. Such dramatic change is unsuitable for jumping in feet first, careful planning is required. Keeping that in mind, I decided to interview a colleague […]

Private Health Plans Pay Hospitals 241% of What Medicare Would Pay | RAND

Private Health Plans Pay Hospitals 241% of What Medicare Would Pay | RAND

An examination of U.S. hospital prices covering 25 states shows that in 2017, the prices paid to hospitals for privately insured patients averaged 241% of what Medicare would have paid, with wide variation in prices among states, according to a new RAND Corporation study. Some states (Kentucky, Michigan, New York, and Pennsylvania) had average relative […]

Trump finalizes rule to require drug prices in TV ads | POLITICO

Trump finalizes rule to require drug prices in TV ads | POLITICO

The Trump administration finalized a rule Wednesday that requires drugmakers to disclose prices in television ads, despite skepticism the move will lower the high cost of drugs and concerns that sticker shock will frighten patients into going off their medications. Under the rule, which takes effect in 60 days, manufacturers must list a product’s monthly […]

Defining Your Value: It’s Time to Change the Conversation | Printing Impressions

Defining Your Value: It’s Time to Change the Conversation | Printing Impressions

A business is defined by the value it creates for its customers. Your price speaks volumes about your value proposition, more so than any other component of your firm’s marketing. As print/marketing services firms build out portfolios of value-added services, they frequently undervalue their offerings. Players in the printing industry have historically had a manufacturing […]

Less Cereal in the Box: The Secret Inflation of Goods | Newsmax

Less Cereal in the Box: The Secret Inflation of Goods | Newsmax

Here is a WSJ headline of April 29, 2019: “S&P jumps 17% this year, as economy picks up without driving up prices.” As a student of the U.S. stock market I always wondered why major companies were able to report a healthy profit increase, yet admitted to no, or only meager, increases in sales. What […]

Lake County rescinds rent-gouging ordinance adopted after 2017 wildfires | The Press Democrat

Lake County rescinds rent-gouging ordinance adopted after 2017 wildfires | The Press Democrat

The Lake County Board of Supervisors has dropped an anti-rent gouging ordinance adopted after the devastating Northern California wildfires in 2017. Supervisors said this week the ordinance, which threatened a $20,000 fine for those who significantly increased rents following the October 2017 Sulfur fire, was no longer needed, according to a county press statement. More […]

Local ERs eye legislation to address fee transparency | Austin American-Statesman

Local ERs eye legislation to address fee transparency | Austin American-Statesman

Local providers mixed on HB 2041 In western Travis County, emergency rooms are split over the legislation moving forward. Tammy Smittle, CEO of The Hospital at Westlake Medical Center CEO, said the bill promotes price transparency, making it a “win” for patients. Her hospital is an independent, full-service facility owned by physicians. “Healthcare is becoming […]

Girl’s $143,000 bill for snakebite treatment reveals antivenin price gouging | Ars Technica

Girl’s $143,000 bill for snakebite treatment reveals antivenin price gouging | Ars Technica

Snakebites can be painful and scary. But they may seem like weak nips after the hospital’s billing department sinks their teeth in. Emergency treatment for a copperhead bite in a 9-year-old Indiana girl last summer cost a jaw-dropping $142,938, according to a report by Kaiser Health News. The bill includes $67,957 for four vials of […]

Hospitals sue over price curbs | Bangkok Post

Hospitals sue over price curbs | Bangkok Post

Private hospitals have filed a lawsuit with the Central Administrative Court against the Commerce Ministry’s proposal to put medical and healthcare expenses on the state price control list. They said the proposal and ensuing attempts to control the prices of such products and services have damaged their business. Commerce permanent secretary Boonyarit Kalayanamit said the […]

CKPT: Disruptive Pricing Model to Fire Up $20B+ Market | Zacks Small Cap Research

CKPT: Disruptive Pricing Model to Fire Up $20B+ Market | Zacks Small Cap Research

Checkpoint Therapeutics (NASDAQ:CKPT) will be releasing highly anticipated interim data from its Phase I clinical trial this quarter. The readout will be for CK-301, an anti-PD-L1 antibody, which is expected to include safety and efficacy data from approximately 40-50 patients with a variety of tumor types including non-small cell lung cancer and cutaneous squamous cell […]