As integrated primary care evolves, it can potentially improve patient experience and health, while creating a path of competitive advantage for health insurers.
Since 2010, new directions and services in healthcare have progressed the industry, leading to further versatility in the future.
Kootenai Care Network uses a population health management platform to reduce the burden on payers and providers.
New study shows that although costly, more effective treatments increase survival rates in Medicare patients.
An $80M investment will support ventures that develop new drugs and technologies.
A new study from UC Berkeley and Chicago Booth reveals significant racial bias in software program.
Short-term placements in healthcare facilities serve as a staffing option.
A new report reveals six goals to pursue to prevent and mitigate clinician burnout and foster professional well-being.
As payers work toward successful value-based care arrangements, there are several best practices to keep in mind.
Icahn School of Medicine aims to use technology and data to address racism and gender equity and social determinants of health.