Hospitals & Providers Strategy
Four areas of unnecessary senior healthcare October 04, 2016By Aine CrytsTwo reports highlight areas of elderly care that healthcare systems and health plans should avoid. Four developments helping address the opioid epidemic October 04, 2016By Aubrey WestgateAs the opioid epidemic continues across the U.S., new treatment programs and guidelines could help reverse the trend. Six healthcare interoperability barriers to watch October 02, 2016By Donna MarburyIs interoperability in healthcare a dream, or will payers, providers, and technology vendors finally come together to make data more available to one another? Value-based care progress: Country by country analysis October 01, 2016By Tracey WalkerAn independent study considers the global adoption of value-based healthcare across 25 countries. Study: New cholesterol drugs cost 356 times more than generics September 29, 2016By Tracey WalkerA report from the Alliance of Community Health Plans can help get a better sense of how well drugs help patients compared to other treatment options. Workplace premiums experience modest rise September 27, 2016By Tracey WalkerMigration to high-deductible plans partly responsible, according to Kaiser Family Foundation survey. Four reasons why a hospital should open an integrated pharmacy September 25, 2016By Dana FoxWhen is retail right? Consider these four benefits that will impact the bottom line. HHS makes clinical trials more transparent September 23, 2016By Tracey WalkerHHS finalized ClinicalTrial.gov rules encourage healthcare improvement and public benefit by increasing transparency and accountability across the industry. Medicare Part D patients not taking blood pressure meds correctly September 20, 2016By Tracey WalkerExpert offers specific actions for managed care execs to take Survey reveals great divide between patients, payers, providers September 16, 2016By Rohan KulkarniPatient engagement is central to improving health outcomes and reducing the cost of care. Yet, there continues to be a huge disconnect between patients, payers, and physicians.