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Benefit design and pricing

Poll: Most important non-medical skills for healthcare providersA new poll has interesting findings related to patient preferences and needs. Read more.
Oral specialty drug options on the horizonAs more specialty drugs are approved, cost control strategies are key.
Two ways health execs can help employers manage health benefit programsTwo Willis Towers Watson surveys have interesting findings about employee healthcare benefits.
When given the chance, will patients choose cheaper prescription drugs?A new UC Berkeley study has surprising findings about reference pricing and patient drug selection.
Four innovative ways employers can deliver healthcareA National Business Group on Health survey finds that with costs continuing to rise, employers are shifting control efforts to how healthcare is delivered and paid for.
How to approach value in oncologyAn eye-opening study by Precision for Value assesses cancer value frameworks.
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.
Opinion: Who's to blame for surprise out-of-network bills?Across the country more states are taking steps to limit patients’ exposure to surprise out-of-network bills.
Top 3 factors in biosimilar coverageAn Avalere study has interesting findings about payer acceptance of biosimilars.
Four things to watch in Senate Obamacare replacementHealthcare analysts offer four things MCOs should know about the Better Care Reconciliation Act or BCRA.