A nonprofit organization is helping turn the tide on readmissions in North Carolina. The small steps it’s taking are resulting in big differences.
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These tools will reduce healthcare costs and improve care quality.
Treating patients with cancer is often challenging yet rewarding work. But caring for patients in an urban setting, where some patients don’t speak English and other patients aren’t fully insured and possibly facing significant financial challenges.
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Ron Barkley, president of the Cancer Center Business Development Group, which consults with oncology providers on value-based care arrangements, shares tips.
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Douglas Long, vice president of industry relations at Durham, NC-based IQVIA, a newly named company after the merger of IMS Health and Quintiles, discussed pharmaceutical marketplace trends during the headline session at the Academy of Ma
Payers are stepping up efforts to manage the cost and utilization of orphan drug treatments.