Top 10 articles for healthcare executives in 2016
From identifying must-read books to describing how Trump will change healthcare policies, Managed Healthcare Executive's most popular articles this year shed light on the biggest areas of interest to managed care organizations.
Here are the 10 most-read articles of 2016:
You’re looking for helpful resources to navigate the changing environment, and we delivered. We asked the Managed Healthcare Executive editorial advisory board, what book would you recommend to other executives? Find out what they said.
Value-based reimbursement remains a top industry topic, and now CMS has introduced a new model that takes another step in moving away from the traditional fee-for-service. Find out more.
Not surprisingly, the presidential election garnered a lot of attention this year among healthcare executives. We asked industry insiders to detail and analyze each component of Trump’s plan. Read about the seven key elements he proposed during the campaign, and what our insiders are saying.
During the campaign, Hillary Clinton’s healthcare platform was another popular topic among readers. Here’s how she proposed to change the system.
The rise of telemedicine represents one of the biggest shifts in healthcare delivery over the last decade. In this article, one expert predicted what telemedicine changes would happen in 2016. Did he get it right?
In early 2016, we predicted the biggest technology trends that would affect the industry. Find out what stood out to us, and reflect on how those changes affected your business. Read more.
In the fall, The Leapfrog Group recently released its latest hospital safety grades, and they indicate some interesting trends on a state-by-state basis. Did your state make the top 10?
With health plans dropping out of the health insurance exchanges, states taking action to rein in costs by tying provider payments to high-value care, and access to healthcare still an issue, personal-finance website WalletHub conducted an in-depth analysis of 2016’s states with the best and worst healthcare. Did your state make the top 10?
The Managed Healthcare Executive editorial advisory board says these are the biggest leadership dysfunctions. Do you agree?
With the election of Donald Trump, many executives are wondering how specifically he will change healthcare. Here are answers to the top questions.