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Mental healthcare becomes top priority for healthcare execsMultiple factors are moving mental healthcare to a front burner issue in managed care.
Making sense of big data: Data projects spur progressMany health systems have a hard time capturing and using data from patients that can make a real impact on their businesses. Here are some innovative projects to have on your radar.
Ransomware attacks present growing threat for hospitalsCyberattacks based on ransomware—hacking into a computer system and holding it hostage until the victim pays to regain access—are on the rise.
Remote monitoring drives value-based carePayers pair with providers to manage patients with chronic disease at a distance.
Consumers exploit health insurance exchange loopholesHealth plans have found that Affordable Care Act (ACA) exchange plans are plagued with loopholes, and that some consumers are taking advantage.
Top ways to attract, manage diverse patient populationsHealth plans must find new and meaningful ways to connect with patients of diverse backgrounds.
Asthma drug pipeline: Prevalence, costs to increaseAs asthma prevalence continues to rise in the adult and pediatric populations, U.S. healthcare spending on medications, especially branded inhalers, is expected to increase.
Karen B. DeSalvo on the top tech changes health execs should watchKaren B. DeSalvo, National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, gives the best courses of action for top technology challenges and opportunities facing healthcare executives.
How four health plans are fighting the opioid epidemicFrom new outreach programs to multidisciplinary teams, here are some new strategies health plans are employing to fight the opioid epidemic
Think bigger when measuring remote monitoring effectsRemote monitoring studies are missing the mark when assessing the value of the technology. Here’s why.
Top 7 leadership deficiencies in healthcareThe Managed Healthcare Executive editorial advisory board says healthcare executives should watch out for these seven leadership deficiencies.
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