4 Facts About the State of Telehealth
The rules and regulations in telehealth you need to know.
6 Strategies for Your Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program, Part 2
The ultimate guidebook on everything you need to know about reducing hospital readmissions-the most common risk factors, the reimbursement issues, and how real-world hospitals are solving the problem.
6 Strategies for Your Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program
The Limits of AI in Healthcare
Artificial intelligence is poised to take over healthcare-or is it?
What Consumerization Means for Healthcare
A look at how consumerization is changing healthcare forever.
Health Orgs Still Struggle with Patient Billing
Increased transparency and consumer-friendliness are common goals in improving billing, but more work is needed.
What Physicians Want to Reduce Burnout
The changes health executives should make to help ease the burnout problem.
Healthcare IT Infrastructure Remains Vulnerable
Report shows that healthcare is still at a high risk for data breaches.
Why Chronic Pain Sufferers Don’t Seek Help
New survey sheds light on chronic knee pain sufferer and why they don’t seek help before it’s too late.
Medical Malpractice in the Emergency Department
Where claims are coming from-and how to stop them.
What Trump’s Kidney Executive Order Means for Healthcare
How the president’s Advancing American Kidney Health’ Initiative will impact policy.
New Study Could Speed Up Drug Trials
Why a new study that actively tracks patient quality-of-life could be a big advancement in clinical trials.
Third-Party Vendors Come with Significant Risk
Study finds that the annual cost of risk for third-party vendors in healthcare is $3.8 million.
Consumer Satisfaction in Medicare Advantage Plans Rising
While scores are going up, there is still room for improvement.
Value-Based Care: Lessons Learned
We spoke with Cleveland Clinic’s chief managed care officer about the lessons he’s learned over the years about the transition to value-based care models.
The First Hep C Value-Based Bundled Payment Plan
Care1st Health Plan Arizona recently unveiled what it calls the first-ever U.S. Medicaid value-based agreement for hep C treatment. Here’s why they say other plans should take notice.
Rising Healthcare Costs Require Vigilance
As projections say healthcare costs will only increase in the future, health execs need to devise strategies to cope.
Do New Executive Healthcare Roles Make Sense?
With the push to value-based care, C-suites are adding new roles to foster innovation. What are those new roles, and are they working?
Top 10 States for Hospital Safety
The states with the highest patient safety records in hospitals.
Mental Healthcare Needs Are Increasing
A study finds that more and more Americans are facing significant mental health issues.
What Will Trump’s Price Transparency Executive Order Do?
How will the executive order on healthcare pricing transparency affect the industry?
What the Alexander-Murray Bill Could Mean for PBMs
How the drug pricing bill could affect pharmacy benefit managers.
Do Patients Want Patient Portals?
They might be the key to patient engagement, but how are patients using them?
The State of Value-Based Care and the Triple Aim
How far along are healthcare organizations in their pursuit of value-based care and the Triple Aim?
Do MSSP ACOs Result in Improved Outcomes and Lower Costs?
One study suggests that, after accounting for other factors, MSSPs do not have any impact on outcomes or costs.
Are Healthcare Organizations Keeping Up with Consumer Demands?
As healthcare becomes more patient-centric, can healthcare technology keep up?
Healthcare Technology in a Post-Digital Age
How healthcare executives are thinking about the future of healthcare technologies.
Early Intervention May Help Diabetes Patients
While aggressive early intervention may be useful for diabetes patients, that intervention must be sustained.
OCM Underestimates Medicare Costs
A new report found that OCM practices have a harder time achieving benchmarks than predicted.
How Are Changing Laws Affecting ACA Enrollment?
A new report sheds light on how ACA enrollment fared in 2019, and what insurers are thinking about the future.
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