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 Survey December 23, 2016By Aubrey WestgateFind out how healthcare executives feel about the industry moving into 2017. Mental health: The secret sauce to healthcare reform December 20, 2016By Tracey WalkerMental 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. Nine ways Trump will change healthcare December 20, 2016By Tracey WalkerA Trump administration is expected to have far-reaching impacts on healthcare. Here are nine changes to keep on your radar. Ten ways Medicare Advantage plans improve risk adjustment success December 19, 2016By Sean CreightonMedicare plans must understand the impact of CMS rule change to be prepared for risk adjustment in 2017. Here are 10 tips to better manage the risk adjustment process. ACOs support programs that increase value in pediatrics December 18, 2016By Tracey WalkerStudy: ACOs can be part of the structure to improve outcomes in children with medical complexity. Payer-provider partnership drives value: Execs share lessons learned December 15, 2016By Tracey WalkerHumana and Oak Street Health share the challenges and opportunities of moving away from the fee-for-service model to value-based care. Four things to know about the 21st Century Cures Act December 14, 2016By Tracey WalkerThe 21st Century Cures Act, a landmark medical research bill, offers healthcare executives a promising future. Top 2017 challenges healthcare executives face December 08, 2016By Karen AppoldResults from Managed Healthcare Executive’s annual State of the Industry Survey reveal which issues will hit managed healthcare hardest in 2017. Opinion: 3 steps health plans can take to end the HIV epidemic December 08, 2016By Jeffrey S. CrowleyWe have a path to ending the HIV epidemic in the United States, but it requires health plans and healthcare purchasers to take a more active role in getting us there.