The Joint Healthcare Company between Amazon, J.P. Morgan and Berkshire Hathaway finally has a name: "Haven."
In addition to its new brand, the company also unveiled a website with more details about the company, including some areas of focus, including: Improving the navigation process in the complex Health system and access to affordable treatments and prescription drugs.
H aven also said on its website that it was interested in working with doctors and insurance companies to improve the overall health care system. The company wants to work with existing players, such as insurers, utilities and pharmacy performance managers, rather than uprooting them.
The site also contains a letter in which Gawande describes Haven's role as a "proponent of the patient and ally to everyone". Clinicians, industry leaders, innovators, policymakers and others – who improve patient care and improve costs.
This follows a statement from Haven's Chief Operating Officer, Jack Stoddard, who recently said the group wants to make healthcare more understandable, cost less and, ideally, achieve better results for employees, according to court statements in a hiring dispute between the
At a dinner at JP Morgan's annual health conference in January, Dimon told a room of industry leaders that he and his partners "are not happy with the health costs and willing to help. "After two people with knowledge of the event who asked not to be named because it was private.
Here is the full copy of the memo from Gawande:
As a surgeon, I have devoted my care to my careers Patients and work to improve the health system I believe all people deserve quality healthcare that is affordable and accessible.
Haven was founded by the leaders of Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Chase because of their quality frustrated with the service and high cost of their employees and families have experience in the US healthcare system, they believe that we can do better, and by taking this step to form this new organization, they have committed to to be part of the solution.
We know that this work takes time and we need the help of others, but we will Take the problems step by step and make sure that patients remain our top priority. These are our guiding principles:
- We will be a supporter of the patient and an ally for all – clinicians, industry leaders, innovators, policymakers and others – who will improve patient care and improve costs.
- We will create new solutions and work to change systems, technologies, contracts, policies and what else stands in the way of better healthcare.
- We will be relentless. We will ensure that our work has a high impact and is sustainable. And we commit ourselves to carry out this work in the long term