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New president new path forward for managed care plansIn the aftermath of the presidential election, health policy experts have less to go on than they have after any election in memory.
Opinion: Health reformers overlook areas that could reduce most costsNone of Trump’s plans, such as repealing parts of Obamacare or expanding HSAs, will rein in the rising cost of healthcare.
Opinion: Trump policy will lead to more affordable coverageIn this commentary, the president and CEO of the Pacific Research Institute argues that Trumps victory will lead to more affordable coverage and more empowered consumers.
What Trump’s victory means for healthcare: Industry leaders sound offHealthcare industry leaders and policy analysts discuss how the election results could impact healthcare.
Managed Healthcare Executive Politics and Policy Survey 2016With the presidential election quickly approaching, here’s your chance to know where your peers stand on key issues.
How the presidential candidates plan to rein in pharma costs
How the presidential candidates plan to rein in pharma costsFind out where each presidential candidate stands on key issues related to pharmaceutical costs.
Opinion: 3 healthcare trends that won’t change post ObamaThe presidential hopefuls have very different views about the ACA. Expect three healthcare things that will stay the same even after Obama leaves office.
CMS dual-eligible demos called into questionGAO report raises questions about programs for Medicare/Medicaid beneficiaries, but industry insiders remain optimistic.
Lessons learned from MSSP ACOs: What execs should knowResearchers from Leavitt Partners are using a combination of public and proprietary data to report on some early findings about ACOs.
Public opinion shifts about the ACAA new study explores the tangible effects of the ACA and the study author weighs in on the implications for managed care.