A South Korean study may contribute to the improvement of personalized therapeutic outcomes for rheumatoid arthritis by expanding the scope of molecular imaging.
Hospitals & Providers Strategy
NORC at the University of Chicago set out to understand more Americans’ experiences with surprise billing. You won’t believe what they found.
Plenty of M&A deals look great on paper but ultimately fall apart in the post-deal integration phase. Here are the biggest pitfalls healthcare executives and stakeholders on both sides of a deal need to consider when managing this critical phase of the process.
Successful hospitals share the strategies they have used to reduce readmissions.
Patients arriving at Cleveland Clinic’s Taussig Cancer Center are shielded from rain and snow by a 350-foot long awning that hangs over the building entrance.
Retaining members is important for any health plan. Obviously there will always be defections, but many can be prevented.
A report by eHealth, Inc., has surprising findings about seniors transitioning from unsubsidized ACA plans into Medicare
Bradford Curtis, MD, FAAP, vice president and senior medical director at OptumRx, talks with Managed Healthcare Executive Editorial Advisor David Calabrese, RPh, MHP, about the future of provider engagement.
A HealthMine survey has interesting results about Medicare Advantage members’ knowledge about virtual care. Here’s six ways to reach them.
Reasons organizations have traditionally had for not sharing data with each other are breaking down, opening a new type of conversation between payers and providers. Here’s how.