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Payers, providers eye global growth: What execs should know
Payers, providers eye global growth: What execs should knowHealth insurers and providers are looking for ways to grow outside of the United States. Here’s a look at some of the tactics that are picking up traction.
What health execs should know about Medicare Star Ratings
What health execs should know about Medicare Star RatingsThe Medicare Star Ratings program is one way regulators are trying to improve outcomes while reducing costs, but what is really at stake for health plans, and do consumers even care?
Payer mega mergers in question: Industry expert weighs inMichael Abrams of Numerof and Associates healthcare consulting firm discusses how the DOJ’s actions to block the Anthem-Cigna and Aetna-Humana mergers could affect the industry.
Top 7 leadership deficiencies in healthcareThe Managed Healthcare Executive editorial advisory board says healthcare executives should watch out for these seven leadership deficiencies.
What drives patients to medical tourism destinationsFind out what drives patients to international destinations for treatments and what these destinations provide.
Karen B. DeSalvo on the top tech changes health execs should watch
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.
Health Execs: How I power down at the end of the dayWith a high-paced career, it can be difficult to transition from work to home. We asked our editorial advisors to share their secrets.
Lessons learned from MSSP ACOs: What execs should knowResearchers from Leavitt Partners are using a combination of public and proprietary data to report on some early findings about ACOs.
Health execs: Advice I would give my younger selfLooking back on your career, what advice do you wish you had starting out? Here’s what our editorial advisory board said.