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Should insurers be urged to publish their data?Here’s what industry experts think after Cigna’s business model shift.
Four growing diabetes trendsA new University of California, San Diego-led review has interesting findings about diabetes costs, patient care models and medication therapy.
New Cigna program aims to ‘unlock’ the value of healthcare dataCigna publication project takes a page out of the big pharma and medical technology playbook.
Five ways to reduce healthcare administrative costs
Five ways to reduce healthcare administrative costsAdministrative costs are a huge burden in healthcare, but there are several process changes that can result in huge savings.
New challenges, opportunities in autoimmune disease treatment
New challenges, opportunities in autoimmune disease treatmentAllegheny Health Network’s Susan Manzi, MD, MPH, discusses the healthcare needs of patients with lupus and other autoimmune disorders.
Health plans explain genetic testing coverage decisions
Health plans explain genetic testing coverage decisionsToday there are nearly 67,000 genetic tests. With so many tests available, it can be difficult for MCOs to determine what to cover.
Cognitive computing shakes up healthcare: What execs need to know
Cognitive computing shakes up healthcare: What execs need to knowThe concepts that power cognitive computing and AI have grown to include substantial healthcare advancements.
Seven things to know about Express Scripts’ plan to limit opioidsAs President Trump declares the opioid epidemic “a national emergency,” a new opioid management program from Express Scripts will limit the number and strength of opioid drugs to first-time patients.
Opinion: 4 reasons to revitalize the Children’s Health Insurance ProgramAs legislative discussions begin regarding the reauthorization of CHIP, it is imperative to keep in mind how proposed cuts could be detrimental to the health and future of our nation’s children.
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.