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Brace for a barrage of biosimilarsThe next few years will see the healthcare industry bracing itself for new biosimilar products for a range of illnesses from oncology to rheumatoid arthritis.
4 things to know about second failed GOP healthcare billHere’s a look at four changes in the second round of healthcare bill revisions that just weren’t enough to muster up enough votes.
Depression: How to treat, avoid misdiagnosisDepression is one of the most common diagnosed disorders but providers still have trouble diagnosing and treating these patients.
Regular use of low-dose aspirin may lower breast cancer riskThe medication’s ability to reduce inflammation sited as one possible explanation.
Number of women with metastatic breast cancer rising, as is survival rateStudy highlights the need for services and research for this understudied population.
Three ways integration focuses on customersHere are three ways HealthPartners’ health plan and care delivery system work together to save customers time and money and improve their experience.
Pop health dashboard gives U.S. cities access to key data An initiative that aims to expand the use of population health strategies has received funding to be used in 500 U.S. cities.
PCMHs thrive with use of pop health technologyBy using a patient-centered, physician-led model of care, Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) of Michigan lowers recidivism and healthcare costs.
Four questions to ask about healthcare benchmarkingHere’s how successful strategy leaders look to industry benchmark data to map out where they want to take their service line, practice or institution.
Three ways payers can help consumers make wise healthcare decisionsPayers can facilitate action on the part of physicians to appreciate the growing awareness and financial responsibility of their patients and to better use a shared decision-making approach. Here’s three ways how.