Review the five core antitrust principles of health insurance mergers.
With implant-device costs on the rise, encourage members to seek preferred sites of care.
The face of pharmacy benefit management continues to change in the wake of the $29.1 billion merger.
The "arms race" among hospitals to be more competitive has led to the trend of hospitals expanding into targeted geographic markets to capture well-insured patients.
Consolidation efforts have increased nationwide as large insurance companies concentrate on Medicare and Medicaid business.
The advent of ACOs will reshape healthcare delivery, however, the commercial market is positioned to drive the revolution much faster.
Insurers must invent new healthcare solutions to be competitive in the market emerging under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, according to a new report.
A wave of consolidation among providers is being blamed for driving up costs.
Be nimble in product design and prepare for essential benefits and the Basic Health Plan program.