The U.S. needs to do better to support people in need, with improved access and cost to quality healthcare, and technology must be leveraged to meet these goals.
U.S. health executives can glean useful insight from studying how other countries approach healthcare.
Strategies such as practicing to top of license, focusing on risk, and data mining can be used to transform care management.
New evidence shows they positively influence hospital care transitions.
Organizations that are ahead of the curve are more likely to rely on data analytics to develop innovative benefits programs.
How the changes affect the safe harbors of Anti-kickback and self-referral Rules
Deloitte’s 2019 global healthcare consumer survey finds people are willing to shop for deals, disagree with their doctors, and use technology to track and maintain their health.
Health and fitness apps are gaining popularity, and women’s health is likely to drive the market.
Harvard Pilgrim Health Care and Ride Health collaborate to provide transportation for Medicare Advantage members in two states.
Recent study measures 5% growth since 2018.