Health Management

Factors Shaping the Post-COVID Payer Market

June 15, 2020

Understandably, there is a lot of nervousness around how COVID-19 is going to affect the healthcare industry-both in the near-term as well as the distant future. As the organizations that will have to take on a majority of the financial and operational burden of the COVID pandemic, providers will be hit the hardest in the short-term. As a result, a majority of relief, both at federal and local levels, can be expected to be centered around rescuing providers post-COVID.

The Post-Pandemic Challenge for Addiction Treatment Facilities

June 12, 2020

Despite everything we hear in the news lately, there is a silver lining to the Covid-19 cloud. For certain, the landscape of the Addiction Treatment Industry has changed and arguably, the old ways of doing business are no longer sustainable in this environment.

ACAP Encourages Americans to Learn about Their Coverage Options

June 12, 2020

Filling a void left by the Trump Administration, the Association for Community Affiliated Plans (ACAP) recently announced a campaign to remind Americans who need health insurance because of the COVID-19 that they may be eligible for coverage through healthcare.gov.

The Pharmaceutical Industry’s Role in a COVID-19 Vaccine

June 11, 2020

Drug makers around the world are racing to develop the first effective COVID-19 vaccine. Early efforts show promise, but an anticipated jump in the novel coronavirus cases in the fall means the sooner a vaccine is developed, the more lives can be saved-and the pharmaceutical industry plays a major role in this discovery.

New Theories Explaining Why Women are More Susceptible to Autoimmune Disease than Men

June 10, 2020

Three new scientific theories explaining that although autoimmune disease affects both genders, women are at an overwhelming disadvantage.

Military Principles Can Help Hospital Incident Command Centers Prepare for a Second Wave

June 08, 2020

As the U.S. begins reopening, potentially sparking a “second wave” of COVID-19 cases, hospitals and health systems will need to continue operating in a state of high-stress readiness.

Preparing for Post-Pandemic Transformation in Healthcare, Life Sciences

June 08, 2020

Nothing can bring a healthcare system to its knees quite like a pandemic. What COVID-19 is leaving in its wake is a new respect for numbers - for accurate data that can predict new threats, track current ones and trigger an avalanche of innovative responses.

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