Three Ways to Alleviate Hospital Staffing Challenges through Technology

June 28th 2022

Technology can help cut back on unnecessary administrative tasks, improve task efficiency and better preserve staff resources.

Why Social Determinants of Health Are a Critical Factor for Preventing Member Risk Escalation in the Value-Based Care Equation

June 27th 2022

Medicaid managed care organization (MCOs) may be better equipped to address social determinants of health (SDOH) and health equity than payers who use fee-for-service models because SDOH are central to many requirements for MCOs, including those pertaining to population health management, health equity and care coordination.

FDA Updates for Week of June 20, 2022

June 25th 2022

FDA approves tumor-agnostic cancer therapy, Clovis pulls Rubraca indication, Purdue launches opioid reversal, FDA plans advisory committee meeting for Xphozah, and Manarini and AbbVie submit applications.

HRQOL Declined in Certain Areas for Patients With AD During the Pandemic

June 24th 2022

Certain problems such as pain/discomfort, worrying and fear of the persistence/recurrence of atopic dermatitis (AD) became more common among patients with AD since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Researchers to Medicare: Mark Cuban Prices Could Have Saved You $3.6 Billion

June 24th 2022

Harvard researchers calculated that buying 77 generic drugs at prices being charged by Mark Cuban’s online pharmacy prices would have lowered Medicare spending on those drugs from $9.6 billion to $6 billion.