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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.
Five ways you can help fight the opioid epidemicThe opioid crisis in the U.S. is a multidimensional problem requiring a multistakeholder solution.
Four ways to prioritize women’s healthFrom “all-in-one” healthcare appointments to coordinating women’s care for convenience, here’s how providers and researchers say plans and providers can prioritize
Specialty pharmaceuticals: Solving top challengesManaged Healthcare Executive recently invited a panel of experts representing different sectors of the healthcare industry to explore specialty pharmaceutical challenges and identify potential solutions.
Antidepressant drug pipeline: What to knowThere are promising developments in the pipeline for patients with treatment-resistant depression.
Three ways technology is improving the pharmaceutical industryTechnology in pharmacy is leading to improved safety, accountability, and efficiency.
How three hospitals are countering rising drug pricesRising drug costs are a big problem for all healthcare systems in the U.S. Here’s how three hospitals are addressing the problem.
Health execs share their most trusted advisorsIndustry leaders share who they call when they need advice.
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.
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