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HOSPITAL & PROVIDER STRATEGY

Top 3 roadblocks to medication adherence and how to avoid themHere are the top three reasons for medication adherence failure and how to overcome them.
Physician shortages may affect population health strategiesBy 2025, the United States could be facing a shortage ranging from 34,600 to 88,000 physicians in total. Find out how this could affect population health initiatives.
Robust multiple myeloma treatment program holds promiseThe Medical College of Wisconsin’s multiple myeloma program is robust and growing.
Innovative strategies help fight multiple myeloma: What every exec should knowAs new scientific advancements occur at the genetic and protein levels, more strategies have been developed to identify and combat multiple myeloma.
Five imitation-worthy palliative care programsHere's how five health plans are successfully approaching palliative care.
Diabetes prevention programs avert, delay disease onsetDiabetes accounts for one out of every 10 American healthcare dollars spent, but new national programs are helping address this issue.
Patients who need PCSK9 inhibitors cant get themStudy: PCSK9 inhibitors are being rejected by insurers at very high rates even in high-risk patients like those with familial hypercholesterolemia.
Opinion: Substance use disorder privacy law limits both payers, prescribersTwo University of Massachusetts Medical School pharmacists make the case to reform or align 42 CFR Part 2 with HIPAA to better serve patients with substance use disorder.
Here’s why preventive care should be a priorityA Cleveland Clinic study examines the mortality burden of modifiable behavioral risk factors such as obesity, diabetes, tobacco use, high blood pressure and high cholesterol.
Researchers identify more effective, cost-efficient test for breast cancer riskNew findings reveal this genetic test to assess breast cancer risk could be more effective than others.