This Year's Election a Source of More Stress for Americans than 2016

October 27th 2020

According to a new survey provided by the American Psychological Association (APA), more than 68% of U.S. adults say the 2020 U.S. presidential election is a significant source of stress in their life. The APA offers advice on how to handle election stress.

Weekly COVID-19 Vaccine Update: Pfizer Trial Slower Than Hoped; AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson U.S. Enrollment Resumes, Pharmacies Eyed for Distribution

October 27th 2020

Pfizer, the reputed leader in the COVID-19 vaccine race, may not have efficacy results for awhile. Meanwhile, AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson have resuming enrolling volunteers in the U.S. in their late-stage trials.

10 Emerging Industry Leaders: Sriraman Srinivasan

October 27th 2020

Managed Healthcare Executive's October issue headlines 10 healthcare leaders in its fourth annual "10 Emerging Industry Leaders" feature. MHE spotlights each leader individually with a video interview to accompany the Q&A between MHE and the emerging leader.

Re-Focusing HR in Wake of COVID-19: Tips for Healthcare Professionals

October 27th 2020

Healthcare HR professionals—if they haven’t already—must reshape the workplace each and every day by focusing intently and with new eyes on what matters most during this ongoing pandemic: employees.

Medicaid Plans Need to Prioritize Maternal, Infant Telehealth

October 26th 2020

As payer and provider organizations look to improve health outcomes around the far-reaching impacts of the pandemic, they must consider the unique needs of some of our most vulnerable populations, such as new and expecting mothers and their infants.