As number of procedures has decreased, patient profile has shifted.
Twenty percent of seven in-network elective surgeries for a large national insurer resulted in a “surprise” out-of-network bill; averaging at $2,011.
Here’s a look at what can payers and providers can expect to occur, why each change is occurring, and how payers and providers can prepare for each change.
Managed Healthcare Executive surveyed hundreds of healthcare leaders and professionals to collect information on how their organizations are affected by technology. This year’s survey displays data focusing on healthcare organizations’ current status, patient access, data collection, communication, and future with technology.
Healthcare professionals share the investments’ health organizations are making and why.
More consumers are purchasing short-term limited duration insurance plans—which will likely have long-lasting effects to consumers and the insurance market as a whole.
Employer-sponsored insurance keeps many working.
How cancer patients can better organize around their cancer care plans in a more redesigned system.
A new study on a controversial drug shows the scientists who first found a conection with heart attacks and death were possibly right.
The top technologies for 2020 aren’t new, but they are on the cusp of moving into broader use in healthcare.