Posts Tagged ‘Dr. Ron Paulus’

Ronald A. Paulus, MD, CEO, Mission Health

Posted on: February 19th, 2018 by Allison Andrews

On this episode we discuss the reality of a healthcare reboot. Topics include the relationship between payers and providers, rising costs, patient care trends, and Medicaid expansion. Panelists: Otis Rawl, President and CEO, Greater Lexington Chamber and Visitors Center and Tim Quinlan, Senior Economist, Wells Fargo Securities.

Health and Wellness

Posted on: September 12th, 2014 by admin

Long before the Affordable Care Act became the nation’s law and mandated changes in health care, Mission Health began transforming the way it serves patients and educates health care consumers. On this program, Mission Health CEO Dr. Ron Paulus explains how preventive health programs and telemedicine are improving patient care and reducing health care costs, and how nonprofit partnerships are addressing the medically underserved. Dr. John Connaughton, an economist with the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and Russell Stall, Executive Director of Greenville Forward, join the conversation.


Virtual Medicine

Posted on: May 27th, 2011 by admin

Sixteen years after its merger with St. Joseph’s hospitals, Asheville-based Mission Health is working to shed the state-monitoring which, according to its leader, has hampered the organization’s ability to compete with other healthcare providers doing business in the region. On this program, Mission Health CEO Dr. Ron Paulus addresses the debate surrounding the Certificate of Public Advantage and shares his thoughts on the use of technology to reduce healthcare costs. Jane Patterson of the e-NC Authority and University of South Carolina professor Tom Vogt join the conversation.

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