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Opinion: Four reasons Texas Health Aetna joint venture is workingAs the industry moves to a value-based care model, here’s how one North Texas partnership is reinventing healthcare.
This is why you should be excited for upcoming cancer researchAcute myeloid leukemia experts share promising new developments on the oncology horizon.
Study: Patients combine toxic medications with ‘alarming frequency’A new study uses population health analytics to identify potential opioid abuse, and the study findings are troubling.
Three Orphan Drug Program problems and how the FDA plans to fix themRecently, FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb announced the FDA will move to close loopholes in the Orphan Drug Program. Here’s what you need to know.
Top factors that predict 30-day COPD readmissionsRecent study findings reveal which patients are more likely to be readmitted for COPD problems, and which readmission reduction strategies might work best.
Five ways health executives can impact the opioid crisisConsider these five opportunities to help curb one of the biggest public health issues of the year.
COPD one of ‘most important’ diagnoses to manage in ACOsTo succeed as a Next Generation ACO, Indiana University Health system is changing its COPD care management approach.
Do antidepressants take more lives than they save?An eye-opening Canadian study has surprising findings about the risk of death and antidepressants.
Pop health can decrease hypertension, diabetes: 3 takeawaysSan Diego-area healthcare organizations experience promising results after using population health strategies to improve hypertension treatment across the region.
Health plan addresses urban vs. rural healthcare disparitiesThe access problems many rural health plan members face cannot be rectified overnight, but resources, creativity and time can bring these populations up to par with their more urban counterparts.