A few weeks ago, I teased that the Healthy Muse had been acquired, but I left you hanging on the finer details.
Today, I’m so excited to share with you all that the Healthy Muse has been acquired by Workweek, and I’ll be writing full-time as a creator on the incredible Workweek team covering the business of healthcare! Here’s my announcement thread.
Even bigger news: After an amazing 4-year run, the name “the Healthy Muse” will be sunset and has been officially rebranded to…Hospitalogy!
Just look at this amazing logo I never could have dreamed of as a solo creator:
Here’s what you need to know: Hospitalogy will be delivered to your inboxes every Tuesday morning and Thursday around noon.
- The Tuesday morning send will be a news-based send very similar to what I already provide – just more in depth on the biggest stories in healthcare.
- The Thursday send will be a deep dive into current healthcare trends and events, similar to the LHC-Optum story I dropped a couple of weeks ago.
Current Healthy Muse subscribers don’t have to re-subscribe – I’ll make sure you’re taken care of.
Along with the regular Hospitalogy content above, I’m super excited to share that current Hospitalogy subscribers will also receive a Sunday newsletter.
The weekly Sunday newsletter will be a joint send between me and Jared Dashevsky, the creator of Healthcare Huddle – a weekly newsletter that curates need-to-know news across the broader healthcare ecosystem.
You may know of him already, but if not, Jared holds a Masters in Healthcare Systems Engineering, is a 3rd year medical student at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai, and I know you’ll love this additional Sunday update.
I really enjoy reading Jared’s perspective. I’ve known Jared for a while now, and he provides thoughtful insights into the clinical, policy, and provider side of healthcare. He sees and writes things through a lense I could never offer.
- For instance, Jared’s criticism of the wearables startup Levels, or his opinion on the decreasing levels of independently employed physicians are written from a point of view that I can’t find anywhere else. I really enjoy reading his thoughts – it’s a unique cross between the business of healthcare and how it affects clinicians.
I can’t tell you guys how excited I am to officially share this news with you. I have one final ask for my readers – bear with me as I figure out the best approach and format for the newsletter editions moving forward. There will be plenty of iterations, kinks, and improvements along the way!
To my OG Healthy Muse subscribers who have stuck with me over the past 4 years – thank you. We’re just getting started.
If you want to show some love for Hospitalogy and this new journey, I’d love it if you shared the newsletter with a colleague or friend! The new link to subscribe is below.
Thanks for reading the 143rd – and LAST – edition of the Healthy Muse. I consider it a wonderful privilege to have your readership. You guys are the reason I am where I am today.
Thanks for everything. This is just the beginning!
Hospitalogy Creator and Workweek friend