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Managed Care Outlook

Top 3 healthcare policy changes Trump’s victory could bringFollowing the GOP’s success on Election Day, the nation is quickly tuning in to what this all means for healthcare coverage.
What Trump’s victory means for healthcare: Industry leaders sound offHealthcare industry leaders and policy analysts discuss how the election results could impact healthcare.
Independence Blue Cross president: Why we cover whole genome sequencingAfter carefully considering its promise and consulting with experts, Independence Blue Cross this year became the first major insurer to provide coverage for certain members who are seeking access to whole genome sequencing.
Fed up providers pursue provider-sponsored health plansA recent survey suggests suggest a lack of access to appropriate commercial payer arrangements is causing health systems to explore alternatives.
Managed Healthcare Executive Politics and Policy Survey 2016With the presidential election quickly approaching, here’s your chance to know where your peers stand on key issues.
Three healthcare questions to consider as election 2016 approachesIt’s time to step back and assess how the election could impact the managed care industry.
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.