To build trust, health insurers need to demonstrate their value to customers. That means offering a convenient, satisfying customer experience. Here’s how.
Some of the biggest trends this year that will affect the healthcare workforce.
Scientific Founder of Akelos Inc., Peter Goldstein, was recently awarded the two-year grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop a non-opioid alternative meant to improve treatments for chronic pain, curb the rates of opioid use disorder and overdose, and achieve long-term recovery from opioid addiction.
Data shows certain vascular diseases not only develop earlier but progress quickly, which can set women up for late-life heart problems that tend to present differently, not simply later than those in men.
Nine in 10 believe in-home visits would provide the same or better quality of care.
Innovaccer uncovers insights from more than 3,000 healthcare executives to devise future strategies that providers need to succeed in the value-based care ecosystem.
Healthy.io launches digital wound management solution offering new options for millions suffering from chronic wounds.
Breakthrough treatments for lung cancer and melanoma have driven down cancer deaths, seeing the largest ever decline from 2016 to 2017.
Research appearing in the ninth annual health information technology issue of The American Journal of Managed Care shows health systems can predict which patients will use the most healthcare just by collecting their age, gender, race, and address.
Achieving success under the expanding influence of value-based care models.