Four New Skills Sought by Managed Care Organizations February 23, 2018By Aine CrytsManaged care organizations are looking for new skills in healthcare leaders (and in some cases hiring for completely new leadership roles). Here are four emerging trends to watch.
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Five Treatments Turning the Tide on Diabetes April 01, 2018By Karen AppoldHere are five new advances in disease management—including promising treatments in the pipeline. Four Big Changes Health Plans are Making to Lower Diabetes Costs April 02, 2018By Karen AppoldSome health insurers have found ways to control costs or improve the quality of diabetes care. Six Ways to Support Diabetic Patients with Their Treatment Plans April 03, 2018By Aine CrytsHere are six ways providers can help patients manage this daunting disease. How RA, Cancer, Hep C Drug Costs Will Change Over Next Five Years April 06, 2018By Mari EdlinExperts weigh in on the spending outlook for these high-cost conditions. Three Ways Tech is Making Diabetes Patients’ Lives Easier April 04, 2018By Donna MarburyHere’s how new technologies and technology partnerships could change the landscape of diabetes care. Gene Therapy Advances: What Health Execs Should Know April 05, 2018By Mari EdlinGene therapy is leaving its mark, while payers contemplate payment models, value, and efficacy issues. Payers Seize Opportunities to Control Diabetes Drug Costs April 08, 2018By Tracey WalkerDiabetes drug spending is on the rise, but there are ways to control it. Three New Ways One Integrated Health Organization is Fighting DiabetesHealthPartners’ vice president and associate medical director shares how the integrated organization is looking beyond traditional approaches to curb diabetes.