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Health Management

Top challenges in cancer careCancer drug costs remain the most critical challenge in care, among other things.
Will Trump administration welcome CMS’ mandatory cardiac bundle?HHS secretary nominee Tom Price has voiced opposition to bundled payments. One expert talks about mandatory and the possibility of voluntary bundled payments.
How bundled payments really do workOne study shows that the way Medicare is paying for joint replacements is saving millions of dollars annually and keeping patients satisfied, too.
Five ways to close gaps in care and build a successful quality improvement programBy deploying a proactive, year-round strategy that aligns data analytics with a focused approach for addressing gaps in care, your organization can turn routine quality measurement and reporting activities into a true strategic advantage by ensuring that quality measurably improves across key metrics.
Automated health tracking boosts patient engagement, study showsConnected devices and apps eliminating the need for manual tracking drive better long-term engagement in healthy activities, a study from Walgreens and Scripps Translational Science, shows.
Watch list 2017: Top therapeutic areas
Watch list 2017: Top therapeutic areasFind out about the latest treatment and drug pipeline developments
Get your plan members to shop around for less-expensive careSome health plans are finding success with a new program that rewards patients for seeking out cheaper care.
How data analytics combats the opioid epidemicDeaths due to opioid abuse have risen sharply—and show no signs of leveling off. Here’s how data analytics can prevent abuse and diversion.
Top 10 takeaways from managed healthcare State of Industry SurveyFind out how healthcare executives feel about the industry moving into 2017.
Mental health: The secret sauce to healthcare reformMental health advocate Patrick J. Kennedy talks to Managed Healthcare Executive about reform, mental health equity, and how payers can help integrate care in mental health.