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 annual report from PwC as reveals how employers struggle to contain employee coverage costs.
Starting or strengthening a provider-led health plan leads to true integration, resulting in quality care.
Virtually all healthcare leaders recognize the value of content creation, yet the use of a well-defined content strategy is rare. Here’s how to get yours.
A Quest Diagnostics study sheds light on Medicare patients with multiple chronic conditions and the top three care gaps.
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.