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New Payment Model Improves Cancer Care at Oncology Group
New Payment Model Improves Cancer Care at Oncology GroupCEO of a Pennsylvania-based oncology group shares how participating in a new value-based model is changing the care approach.
Survey Findings Show What Millennials Want in Healthcare Providers
Survey Findings Show What Millennials Want in Healthcare ProvidersA new survey from PNC Healthcare sheds important light on patient-centered care among various age groups, especially millennials.
Humana Targets Social Determinants of Health, Improves Outcomes in 2 CitiesHow Humana is successfully improving care for members in two cities.
Three Pricing Models That Address the High-Cost Gene, Cell Therapies
Three Pricing Models That Address the High-Cost Gene, Cell TherapiesHere are three innovative structures in pricing models to address the high-cost of curative therapies.
Three Big Reasons U.S. Healthcare Spending Outpaces Other High-Income CountriesA new study looks at how U.S. healthcare spending compares to 10 other high-income countries. Here are three of the biggest areas in which U.S. spending is higher.
How to Treat Substance Abuse with a Model of Ongoing Care
How to Treat Substance Abuse with a Model of Ongoing CareHere's how one federally qualified health center in southcentral Pennsylvania is tackling the opioid crisis in its community.
How Predictive Modeling, Big Data Analytics Curb Health Costs in China
How Predictive Modeling, Big Data Analytics Curb Health Costs in ChinaHealthKonnect, a subsidiary of Chinese insurer Ping An Insurance Group developed a personal health-risk prediction model that has the ability to predict at individual patient level future healthcare risks measured by total medical costs. Here’s how.
Top 10 AMCP Sessions Health Execs Should Attend
Top 10 AMCP Sessions Health Execs Should AttendAttending the AMCP Managed Care and Specialty Pharmacy Annual Meeting in Boston April 23 to April 26? Here are our top session recommendations.
The Blood Pressure Drugs that are Linked to Lower Mortality
The Blood Pressure Drugs that are Linked to Lower MortalityA study from the Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute has shocking findings about certain blood pressure medications and mortality outcomes.
Burnout Hits Oncologists Hard, but Healthcare Systems Can Help
Burnout Hits Oncologists Hard, but Healthcare Systems Can HelpHealthcare systems stand to lose $6 million if burned out physicians choose to resign or work elsewhere. Here are some ways to curb burnout and its associated costs.