A study evaluated how treating military veterans with HCV early impacted their risk for non-Hodgkin lymphoma and various other diseases.
A study of Medicaid and Medicare Advantage plan members shows that addressing social determinants of health is important not only to reduce health spending, but also to improve patient outcomes.
Analysis from Avalere shows why healthcare execs should understand how oncology practices are evolving in response to the OCM.
The International Rare Diseases Research Consortium hopes to develop 200 new drugs for rare diseases by 2020, and it seems as if things are better than on track.
Experts say Anthem’s acquisition of Aspire Health, the nation’s biggest non-hospice, community-based palliative care provider, continues the health insurer race to dominate this kind of health experience.
A network of value-based care programs from the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association emphasizes quality instead of quantity of medical services provided.
Major depression diagnoses have risen, according to a study of medical claims by the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association. Find out which populations suffer the most.
Two studies from the University of Minnesota’s School of Public Health has interesting findings about primary care among low-income patients enrolled in a Medicaid ACO.
A new study explored racial/ethnic differences in healthcare outcomes among patients receiving home healthcare. Here are the shocking results.
A new survey from Express Scripts has surprisingly findings about medication adherence in patients with chronic diseases.