By Tony Dale

The Cure for Healthcare

An Old-World Doctor’s Prescription for the New-World Health System

Everyone knows the current healthcare system is broken. The Cure for Healthcare explores the solutions that are emerging not from Washington, D.C., but from innovative doctors, business owners and technologists.

Insights from Tony

Remedy for a Sick System

The Austin Entrepreneur series highlights Tony Dale’s work with Sedera to create health care alternative.   

Learn about Medical Cost Sharing

Sedera brings together a powerful Community of individuals and families to be active and engaged participants in their health care decision making.

What does a Medical Procedure Really Cost?

It is almost impossible for the ordinary person  to find out what a medical procedure actually costs to perform. The truth is most doctors and the clinics and hospitals that they work in don’t have a clear idea on the cost either.

To fix the broken American health care system, one must truly understand how we broke it. This book is an important read for those seeking to understand the problem. In his book, Dr. Dale does an excellent deep dive into the problems in American medicine. He effectively describes the inherent problem with the failed Federal policies and intrusive middlemen in health care. He takes readers on a complete journey by highlighting real-world functioning patient-centered solutions that removes barriers between doctors and patients.”

Dr. Lee Gross, Co-founder and Senior Vice President of Epiphany Healthy and President, Docs4PatientCare Foundation

Meet Tony Dale

Tony, a British native, grew up in Taiwan and Britain and trained at the world-renowned Royal and Ancient Hospital of St. Bartholomew (“St. Bart’s”) in London, England. He met his wife Felicity during his time at St. Bart’s. After practicing family medicine in East London, Tony and his family moved to the United States in 1987. Tony’s interest in medical economics began following his experience with the American medical system when he needed knee surgery in 1996. From his personal experience of the inconsistencies and staggering cost of the system, Tony determined to find a way to help people find better access to quality and affordable care, founding The Karis Group in 1996 and in 2014..