Top five most disruptive technologies on the healthcare horizon September 11, 2017By Aubrey WestgateWhat technology will have the biggest impact on your managed care organization? Healthcare executives weigh in.
In this issue
How medical schools are responding to the opioid epidemic August 12, 2017By Karen AppoldAs the opioid epidemic rages, up-and-coming physicians are seen as part of the solution. Here’s how medical schools are changing their training programs. Bundled payments on ‘pause,’ but not for long September 01, 2017By Aine CrytsPolitical uncertainty plagues new payment arrangement, but private payers embrace new model. Four traits bold leaders possess September 02, 2017By John MathewsonIn an intense healthcare era, there’s no “one-size-fits-all" approach to managing, but here are four things a fearless leader must do.
Oral specialty drug options on the horizonAs more specialty drugs are approved, cost control strategies are key. Six ways to transform the patient experience September 04, 2017By Aine CrytsHospitals innovatively improve the patient experience as the industry shifts to value-based care.
Four things millennials can teach older managed care colleagues September 09, 2017By Aine CrytsMillennials are tomorrow’s leaders, and they bring a lot to the table. Here are some benefits they bring to managed care organizations.
Five technologies to transform healthcare November 01, 2017By Donna MarburyFive healthcare tech trends that will make chronic care management a part of patients’ daily lives.
Top solutions to lower drug prices September 06, 2017By Mari EdlinPBMs partnering with pharmacies and drug makers may have a solution to nonadherence due to high pharma costs.
Here's why microhospitals are poised for growth September 07, 2017By Karen AppoldThis new hospital model offers an opportunity to attract new patients in an efficient, cost-effective setting.
Three crucial skills for healthcare leaders in turbulent times September 08, 2017By Rachael Zimlich RNClinical experience and business acumen are important factors in a successful healthcare leader, but the ability to accept change and help an organization adapt are perhaps the most critical.