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Top seven healthcare leadership problemsAre you making any of these mistakes? Here are the biggest pitfalls healthcare industry leaders say you should avoid.
Why you need to pay attention to precision medicineDigital health pioneer Eric Topol talks about plans for a four-year precision medicine study at AHIP 2017.
Patients with complex needs require a custom approachAHIP 2017: Older adults with complex chronic conditions require payers to “look under the hood.”
Retail clinic pros and cons: Impact on healthcare spending
Retail clinic pros and cons: Impact on healthcare spendingA new RAND analysis of retail clinics finds they could be increasing healthcare costs.
Ovarian cancer: Possible advantage of high blood pressureNew research shows hypertension, diabetes influence survival of ovarian cancer patients in different ways.
Surprising link found in black women breast cancer riskAlcohol consumption is known to be a risk factor for breast cancer based on studies predominantly done in white women. Now, a University of North Carolina Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center study has found the same risk exists for black women.
Four ways PBMs must change to thrive in the future
Four ways PBMs must change to thrive in the futureThe days of the traditional, channel-focused and largely enshrouded PBM business model have come and gone. Here’s what’s next.
Three ways technology is improving pharmacyTechnology advances in pharmacy include innovations that improve medication safety, efficiency, and patient compliance.
Multiple myeloma treatment advances: What health execs should knowIt has been an exciting time at the Myeloma Institute at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, on all fronts, namely, embarking on research that could play an important role in the development of preventative and curative strategies for multiple myeloma in the future.
Value-based drug contracting shifts risk to manufacturersValue-based drug contracting between manufacturers and payers is picking up steam—appropriate timing as the healthcare industry moves toward value-based payment and purchasing and away from fee-for-service.