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Donna Marbury
Four critical tech tools plans and providers should offer consumers
Having technology tools for member engagement is no longer a novelty. Members now expect and prefer digital communications, and it is critical for MCOs to stay on top of technology trends to compete in the market.
How technology makes an impact on behavioral health
Services for the Underserved uses healthcare technology tools to reduce costs, increase quality.
How to make diabetes control easier for patients
A real-world study of type 2 diabetes patients by Milliman has surprising findings on glycemic control and diabetes medication adherence.
Longer-term bundled payments prove beneficial
A new study finds that expanding the way bundled payments are utilized could make a positive impact for patients and on costs.
How population, community health goals overlap
A new study found that distinguishing between population health and community health strategies can help health organizations define clear goals and earmark the right resources to accomplish them.
How to prepare for population health
Here’s how to overcome the hurdles that hinder your population health strategies.
How to get physician buy-in on new payment models
Alhough interest in value-based compensation for physicians continues to rise, trying to implement new payment systems is complex. Here's how to do it.
Three ways technology is improving pharmacy
Technology advances in pharmacy include innovations that improve medication safety, efficiency, and patient compliance.
Three ways to build a better population health team
Here are three things to consider when developing a population health management team at your organization.
Missing this data can hurt your population health strategies
Key socioeconomic data that will help you care for your most vulnerable populations.