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Mercy Virtual’s Randy Moore: ROI isn’t good enough (Podcast)

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Randall Moore, MD. President of Mercy Virtual

Randall Moore, MD. President of Mercy Virtual

Mercy Health has been doing big things in digital health. Last year I interviewed EVP Shannon Sock after he spoke in Boston. And recently I met Mercy Virtual’s president, Randall Moore, MD at Qualcomm Life’s Connect2015 conference to ask him some follow-up questions after his talk.

  1. (0:10) You came out on stage and said ROI isn’t a high enough bar to cross. You really have to consider cash flow. Say more about that.
  2. (1:16) You showed a compelling video of a patient’s experience. How much of that is vision and how much is real? For example, do you really have ‘warm handoffs’ to the ER when someone arrives after calling ahead?
  3. (3:34) Many people at the conference have been sanguine about the new ‘value based’ models. But you said hospital-based ACOs are likely to fail. Why?
  4. (6:07) You discussed radically reducing length of stay and increasing market share to stay viable. Does your business model rely on putting your competitors out of business?

By healthcare business consultant David E. Williams, president of Health Business Group.

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