Arizona Facial Plastics – Leader in Regenerative Aging

by RaeAnne Marsh

Arizona Facial Plastics specializes in regenerative aging to help clients feel and look their best. In addition to facial plastic surgery and facial rejuvenation therapies that include lasers, microneedling and a skin-care line, the company offers a platelet-rich-plasma therapy for face, skin and sexual health. Named “Me.Serum,” this prescription potion is customized for each … [More]

Mental Well-Being Has Workplace Value

by Jeff Kirke

Creating a work environment that fosters employee productivity is forefront in the minds of many employers I work with in the Phoenix area. While productivity is important, how employers approach it can be different. A holistic approach to employees and their well-being can help create a more productive workforce. Mental well-being plays a significant role in an individual’s … [More]

Data and Analytics for the Right Care to the Right Patients at the Right Time

by Mark Schippits, M.D.

Data and analytics are the operative words in healthcare. The challenge is no longer getting information but, rather, figuring out what to do with it. Arizona Care Network has found a way to harness Big Data to help its nearly 6,000 physician partners prioritize care for patients who need them the most. ACN developed a proprietary algorithm to stratify patients according to … [More]

Dental Marketplace, Online

by Mike Hunter

The first-ever online dental marketplace — and the only alternative to traditional dental insurance — launched its website out of Arizona a year ago, in March 2018. It was founded with the aim of helping consumers save on dental services and procedures, as well as assist dental practices in growing their client base. “Insurance options have simply become unaffordable for … [More]

Why Hospitals Must Seek Scale

by Ken Kaufman

Each day seems to bring a new outcry that hospitals are attempting to get bigger to raise prices. A recent article, for example, said that hospitals are “behemoths” that are “throwing their weight around”… and have “essentially banished competition and raised prices for hospital admissions.” Reading these articles, you would think it was 1985, rather than closing in on … [More]