Nearly 90% of the United States’ $2.7 trillion healthcare tab goes to treating chronic conditions, according to the CDC.
Benefit cuts and increasing prices are creating medical debt and bankruptcies. Some consumers respond by avoiding healthcare or abandoning coverage. Their alternative? They don’t pay providers.
Joslin Diabetes Center researchers reveal startling study results linking decades of having type 1 diabetes and mental abilities.
A new study has revealing findings about the link between stress at work and heart disease and diabetes.
A new Accenture study reveals how the aggressive adoption of artificial intelligence plays a greater role in healthcare decision making.
To identify the top managed care pharmacy challenges and what your peers are doing about them, Managed Healthcare Executive conducted its annual pharmacy survey during the first quarter of 2018.
A new annual report from PwC as reveals how employers struggle to contain employee coverage costs.
The right technology will enable increased population health efficiencies while simultaneously reducing the resource burden associated with managing that effort. Here are three specific capabilities to look for.
Five generations make up the nation’s current workforce and differences exist in each one. Here’s a multi-faceted approach employers can take to engage a multi-generational workforce in their healthcare benefits.
University of Pennsylvania researchers share evidence-based strategies for reducing unplanned emergency department and hospitalizations of patients with cancer.