Tag Archives: David C. Kibbe

Hurtling Down the Road To Ruin

Brian Klepper and David C. Kibbe Posted 6/21/13 on Medscape Internal Medicine A recent New York Times article that focused on colonoscopies highlighted the questionable science, predatory unit pricing, and overutilization that characterize this procedure and much of US healthcare. Patients get routine screenings that, … Continue reading

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Rethinking the Value of Medical Services

Brian Klepper and David C. Kibbe First posted 8/1/11 on The Health Affairs Blog Copyright ©2011 Health Affairs by Project HOPE – The People-to-People Health Foundation, Inc. One of American politics’ most disingenuous conceits is that health care must cost what … Continue reading

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A Physician Fallow Program To Improve Quality, Safety and Costs

David C. Kibbe and Brian Klepper First published 6/22/11 on the Health Affairs Blog Copyright ©2011 Health Affairs by Project HOPE – The People-to-People Health Foundation, Inc. In a recent New York Times op-ed, Rita Redberg MD, a cardiologist and Chief Editor of Archives … Continue reading

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Dr. Kibbe Leaves C&C

We are only just out of the gate, but going forward, David C. Kibbe, MD MBA will not be a Principal in Care & Cost. Dr. Kibbe was instrumental in conceptualizing and developing this site, and while I hope he’ll … Continue reading

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EHRs For A Small Planet

DAVID C. KIBBE and BRIAN KLEPPER Right now, American health care information technology is undergoing two enormous leaps. First, it is moving onto Web-based and mobile platforms – which are less expensive and facilitate information exchange – and away from … Continue reading

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