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Medicaid Final Rule: Three top line issues to watchIn April CMS released final rules outlining significant updates to the Medicaid managed care program. Here are the top issues to watch.
Clinton vs. Trump: 5 critical election issues
Clinton vs. Trump: 5 critical election issuesFive key areas of healthcare, the candidates’ proposals for them, and analysis from experts.
How the presidential candidates plan to rein in pharma costs
How the presidential candidates plan to rein in pharma costsFind out where each presidential candidate stands on key issues related to pharmaceutical costs.
Managed care pharmacy survey findings 2016To identify the top managed care pharmacy challenges and what your peers are doing about them, Managed Healthcare Executive, in partnership with Access Market Intelligence and the National Institute of Collaborative Healthcare, conducted its first-ever pharmacy survey during the second quarter of 2016.
Top 4 pharmacy trends healthcare executives should watch
Top 4 pharmacy trends healthcare executives should watchManaged Healthcare Executive conducted its first-ever managed care pharmacy survey during the second quarter of 2016 in partnership with Access Market Intelligence. Here’s a look at some of the key findings, with experts weighing in on the results.
Six reasons insurers will hike exchange premiums in 2017As health plans work to develop and price products for the 2017 open-enrollment cycle—beginning November 1, 2016, it looks like some premiums are set to rise substantially.
Opinion: 3 healthcare trends that won’t change post ObamaThe presidential hopefuls have very different views about the ACA. Expect three healthcare things that will stay the same even after Obama leaves office.
Four predictions for the future of healthcareNow a little more than halfway through 2016, it’s time to look at trends in the industry and how they will shape the relationships among stakeholders for the years to come.
DOJ’s merger complaints: An attorney’s 4 takeawaysBelow are some perspectives on what these complaints mean for the parties’ chances and for consolidation in healthcare more generally.
How new Medicaid managed care rules affect MCOsThis May, CMS published a final rule addressing Medicaid managed care, through which the regulatory requirements for both the Medicaid MCOs and for states managing the plans has become even more complex.