Three Experts Share Formulary Management Advice
Practical tips on how to approach formulary management.
Bundled Payments Cut Costs for Hip, Knee Replacement
A new study is the first systematic review of bundled payment programs administered by CMS.
Health Burdens Plague Veterans After Leaving Military
Veterans’ health concerns need to be addressed more proactively to ensure that they do not experience a decline in their broader well-being over time, according to a new study.
Negative Health Threats Don’t Stop Vapers
Majority of young vape users are attached to vaping, according to a new study.
Healthcare Provider Religious Affiliation a Nonfactor for Most Patients
Healthcare execs should consider the implications of religious restrictions to care on patients and community members, according to a new study.
4 Ways to Win Over Millennials
Winning the hearts and minds of millennials-as well as their wallets-will be far more challenging than it was for past generations, according to a new report.
How Health Execs Can Capitalize on Key Trends Shaping 2020
Here are four key takeaways to deal with the outlook on healthcare.
The Value of Measuring Patient Experience Beyond CAHPS
A new report reveals characteristics of successful patient experience initiatives and illustrates how a strong and unified approach can impact the entire organization.
Top Health Industry Issues of 2020
A new PwC HRI report reveals that next year healthcare leaders will face a call to action-especially on progress and returns on the path to the digitization of the industry.
Study Shows Effectiveness of Ongoing Employer-Sponsored Weight Loss Programs
Study examines the clinical benefit of re-engaging in a corporate weight loss program.
Fitbit, WellCare of Georgia Bring Healthcare Technology to Underserved Population
New program helps Medicaid enrollees proactively manage their type 2 diabetes.
Employment Opportunities Positive for Physicians
Recent study measures 5% growth since 2018.
Study Finds Prediabetes More Common Among Adolescents and Young Adults
A new study reveals that these patients are at a greater risk.
Trump Program Broadens Access to HIV Prevention Meds
In an effort to end the HIV epidemic, President Trump announced a program to provide free HIV-prevention medication to the uninsured.
Medicare Advantage, Part D Voluntary Switches Low During Open Enrollment
Initial enrollment stability remains relatively consistent since 2007.
Top 10 Cities with the Greatest Disparity in Adult Diabetes
Where patients with diabetes face the greatest challenges.
Home Healthcare Market to Expand in 2020
Telehealth services will be a major focal point.
Blockchain May Save Billions for Healthcare Industry
Payers, providers, and pharma companies are expected to be the early adopters of blockchain systems compared to other healthcare industry stakeholders.
The Role of Genetic Counselors in Healthcare
Given the significant growth in genomics as a critical component of today’s medical/pharmacy care, genomics and genetic counselors are becoming increasingly important to healthcare executives.
Social Networks Move into Behavioral Health
Healthcare executives have a unique opportunity to stand up against harmful material on social media platforms.
The Cybersecurity Landscape in Healthcare
A new survey reveals that healthcare data breaches cost the industry billions, and is only expected to get worse.
Healthcare Execs Worry About Variability in the Healthcare System
A new survey reveals attitudes around healthcare from key stakeholders in the industry.
Behavioral Health Access Worsening for Employer-Sponsored Health Plans
Disparities between network use and provider reimbursement levels widening, report finds.
11.5% of Working Family Incomes Go to Healthcare
Many working families are spending more of their incomes on healthcare, a new Commonwealth Fund report.
5 Things Consumers Want From Healthcare
The healthcare system is not meeting the needs of the people who need it most, according to a new focus group study.
Patient Struggles in Navigating Healthcare
A new survey reveals how patients are struggling to navigating the complex healthcare system and what concerns they have about it.
Healthcare Lacks Defined Digital Strategy
A new study reveals that healthcare’s digital transformation is not advanced when it comes to defining and executing a digital strategy.
Consumer Sentiments on Medicare Advantage
A new poll underscores the value of Medicare Advantage plans.
Planned Parenthood Expands Entrance into Digital Health
Planned Parenthood has continued its entrance into digital health with its new reproductive services finder app.
More Consumers Trusting Digital Health Data Tools
Tech and data use is improving doctor-patient relations and autonomy.
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