49% of Americans Experienced Challenges Getting Specialty Medications
Employees are willing to change jobs to receive better coverage for specialty medications.
Wearable Device Does Not Change Hand Hygiene Compliance Among Healthcare Workers
The technology must be further developed and tested to improve hand hygiene compliance.
Exploring Telehealth Trends During COVID-19
Trends show how telemedicine has been used during the COVID-19 pandemic.
HIV Patients Have Worse COVID-19 Outcomes than Counterparts
The findings suggest patients with HIV should be recategorized to "increased risk" when looking at COVID-19 underlying medical conditions.
COVID-19 May Continue to Impact Healthcare Costs
Biosimilars may reduce healthcare costs.
Glucose Lowering Medications Less Likely Among Medicare Advantage Beneficiaries
Commercial health insurance plan enrollees are more likely to take glucose-lowering medications.
Preference of HIV Prevention Products
A majority of participants reported a likelihood of using LAIs.
Cancer Organizations Join Forces to Endorse Screening During COVID-19
The organizations give recommendations on how to get patients to receive the care they need.
Expanding Medicaid Eligibility Increases HIV Diagnoses
Expanding public health insurance may help curb the HIV epidemic.
Insurance Affects Low-Income Pregnant, Postpartum Women
More needs to be done to give healthcare access to low-income women.
How Authorized Generics Reduce Drug Pricing
Authorized generics must meaningfully reduce spending on prescription drugs.
Specialist Referral Patterns Vary Based on Race
Physicians may make different treatment decisions for patients of different races.
FDA Approves Digital Migraine Therapeutic
The approval comes following a study on the efficacy of the migraine device.
Study Emphasizes Knowledge Disparity for HIV and AIDS
There needs to be more support for those at a socioeconomic disadvantage.
Poll Demonstrates Satisfaction with Medicare Advantage
Seniors still need additional information about Medicare Advantage and Star Ratings.
Lloyd Dean and Valerie Montgomery Rice, M.D.: Partnership to Increase Diversity in Healthcare
A partnership between the Morehouse School of Medicine and CommonSpirit Health aims to create more diversity in the medical field.
Lloyd Dean and Valerie Montgomery Rice, M.D.: The Need for Diversity in Healthcare
Two experts discuss the importance of diversity when educating and training healthcare workers.
Study Identifies Disparities in Telehealth Use
Study findings can help clinicians focus on vulnerable patient populations who require access to specialty medical care.
Rimegepant Effective, Safe for Migraine
Rimegepant is tolerable and effective in patients with migraine.
Majority of Diabetes Patients Would Adopt Remote Digital Monitoring
The findings are encouraging for future use of remote digital monitoring.
Philip Adamson, M.D., M.Sc.: Health Tech System Detects Heart Failure Symptoms
A remote monitoring system detects indicators of worsening heart failure.
ACP Releases Framework to Reduce Healthcare Disparities
The ACP makes recommendations to reduce healthcare disparities and disrimination.
Philip Adamson, M.D., M.Sc.: The Relationship Between Cardiovascular Manifestations and COVID-19
Philip Adamson, M.D., M.Sc., details the relationship between cardiovascular manifestations and COVID-19.
Virtual Care Feasible in High-Volume Cancer Center
Data support the use of technology to treat patients with cancer while minimizing disruption to care.
AI, Real-World Data Help Determine Which Drugs Can Be Repurposed
Using AI and real-world data, investigators identify drugs that can be used to treat heart disease.
Top 5 Most-Read COVID-19 Articles From 2020
Our top five COVID-19-related articles from 2020.
Top 5 Multiple Sclerosis Articles of 2020 Published By MHE
Managed Healthcare Executive's top five MS articles of 2020.
Primary Aldosteronism Testing Rare in Patients With Treatment-Resistant Hypertension
New study findings demonstrate patients with treatment-resistant hypertension rarely get tested for primary aldosteronism.
Top 5 MHE Podcasts of 2020
From telemedicine to addressing social determinants of health, these are the top five episodes of the Tuning Into the C-Suite podcast of 2020.
2021 Health Tech Trends
How health tech was used in 2020 and an outlook on how it will be used in 2021 and beyond.
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