Last Blog at Health and Preventive Medicine.


This will be my last post on this blog, as I have left U.S. Preventive Medicine and formed a new company, Accountable Health, with a new Blog. The last few years writing this blog have been a great experience and I look forward to continuing that at my new site.

Accountable Health, is based upon my belief that the health system, and note I say ‘health” not “healthcare” system, needs two critical pieces for success,

  1. Accountability – all portions of the broader health system need to be accountable from the individual to the providers, communities to payers, device manufacturers to mHealth providers; each has a role to play, but that role must be held to account and focus on:
  2. Health – the system must become one whose main goal is the maintenance and improvement in health at an individual and population level.

Through the new blog I hope to share with you ideas, successes, failures and thoughts on how we can create a better system built upon Accountable Health.

Please continue to follow me at www.accountablehealth.wordpress.com. Thanks.

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About Fred Goldstein

President and Founder of Accountable Health, LLC. My background includes over 25 years of health care experience in hospital administration, health plan management, disease management and population health.
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One Response to Last Blog at Health and Preventive Medicine.

  1. Steve Dodder says:

    Fred, please stay connected. Thank you for your contributions while you were at USPM. I wish you well with your new endeavor. Regards, Steve Dodder, USPM investor

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