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Survey reveals how patients believe providers can drive better outcomesA study from West reveals interesting findings about patient engagement, prevention, wellness, and quality of care.
Health insurers' top plans for 2018
Health insurers' top plans for 2018Payers’ biggest concerns for 2018, health insurance exchange participation plans, and how offerings could change.
Top strategy plans, providers can use to motivate member behavior changesAs the healthcare system shifts from a focus on employee-based plans to consumer-based plans, insurers have to find new ways to engage and motivate members.
Trump’s steps to undo the ACA: Top takeaways from healthcare insidersTrump takes two steps to dissolve the ACA. Find out what the experts think about these two important actions.
Poll: Most important non-medical skills for healthcare providersA new poll has interesting findings related to patient preferences and needs. Read more.
Three ways convenience drives the future of healthcareTechnology is enabling healthcare consumers the freedom to choose. With increasing choices, convenience is at the forefront of the next evolution of healthcare, and companies need to focus on delivering great end-to-end experiences to meet the needs of today’s consumers.
Four reasons payers need to embrace the digital economyConsumer and provider expectations have changed as a result of the digital economy. Here are four reasons why payers need to start migrating their businesses in that direction.
Opinion: Medicare for all: Imminent or pipe dream?As the nation debates the future of our healthcare system, one idea gaining attention is a “Medicare-for-all” single-payer national health insurance plan.
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.
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.