Remote Patient Monitoring is a Wise Investment for PayersThe results of Geneia’s year-long study – a savings of $8,375 per patient and a slowing of disease progression – demonstrate that remote patient monitoring is a wise investment for payers. Medicaid MCOs must use caution when reporting data November 09, 2016By Tracey WalkerFailure to report accurate data can result in significant penalties for Medicaid managed care plans. Three ways technology can lead to bundled payment success November 04, 2016By Luis CastilloLay the groundwork for bundled payment; here are three areas in which technology can play a role. Six ways precision medicine is improving care November 01, 2016By Judy Packer-TursmanHere are some of the latest precision medicine approaches being used by managed care organizations, health systems and academic medical centers across the U.S. Advanced Analytics Improve Physician Engagement and Performance in ACOsHealth plans are using advanced analytics to improve physician engagement,
performance and satisfaction in ACOs and risk-sharing contracts. Online drug pricing tools that influence consumers October 26, 2016By Mari EdlinConsumers are demanding transparency in the prices of drugs. Here’s how they are getting it. Obama’s precision medicine initiative: an update October 22, 2016By Judy Packer-TursmanThe precision medicine effort could dramatically change patient care, but will it be effective? Four ways the genomic data commons will advance cancer care October 20, 2016By Donna MarburyA new cancer database, the Genomic Data Commons, aims to make research more accessible Payers Can Help with the Joy of MedicinePayers have a direct interest in preserving independent physician practices and
helping all physicians regain the Joy of Medicine. Five questions shaping the future of elder care October 15, 2016By Lisa WoodleyAdvances in technology are creating new opportunities for health insurers to move beyond the role of payer to trusted partner in the protection and extension of our health and independence as we age.