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How RA, Cancer, Hep C Drug Costs Will Change Over Next Five Years
How RA, Cancer, Hep C Drug Costs Will Change Over Next Five YearsExperts weigh in on the spending outlook for these high-cost conditions.
Gene Therapy Advances: What Health Execs Should KnowGene therapy is leaving its mark, while payers contemplate payment models, value, and efficacy issues.
Smokers Pay Extra, But Employee Health Plans Aren’t Helping Them QuitA new study shows that ACA tobacco rating rules aren't enforced in employer plans.
Four Big Changes Health Plans are Making to Lower Diabetes Costs
Four Big Changes Health Plans are Making to Lower Diabetes CostsSome health insurers have found ways to control costs or improve the quality of diabetes care.
How EHRs Can Help Overcome Missed DiagnosesECRI Institute names diagnostic errors the number one concern on its Top 10 Patient Safety Concerns for Healthcare Organizations. Here’s how technology tools can help.
Five Treatments Turning the Tide on Diabetes
Five Treatments Turning the Tide on DiabetesHere are five new advances in disease management—including promising treatments in the pipeline.
News You Should Know: 3 Takeaways from Top Managed Care Articles MarchWe know you’re pressed for time, so we’re here to help. Listen to this two-minute podcast for critical takeaways from three of our top articles.
Economic Stress Has Negative Impact on Patients’ HealthA UCLA study shows that the Great Recession intensified patients’ cardiovascular risk factors.
Top Five Reasons for COPD HospitalizationsThere are a host of causes for a patient with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) to be hospitalized, ranging from pneumonia to infection.
Will PBMs Be the Next Target of Opioid Lawsuits?Experts weigh in on a recent lawsuit against PBMs, whether similar lawsuits will crop up, and the likely outcomes.