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Hospitals & Providers
Successful hospitals share the strategies they have used to reduce readmissions.
Patients arriving at Cleveland Clinic’s Taussig Cancer Center are shielded from rain and snow by a 350-foot long awning that hangs over the building entrance.
Retaining members is important for any health plan. Obviously there will always be defections, but many can be prevented.
Bradford Curtis, MD, FAAP, vice president and senior medical director at OptumRx, talks with Managed Healthcare Executive Editorial Advisor David Calabrese, RPh, MHP, about the future of provider engagement.
A new forecast reveals an important focus point for healthcare execs in the quest to manage pharma costs.
A HealthMine survey has interesting results about Medicare Advantage members’ knowledge about virtual care. Here’s six ways to reach them.
Reasons organizations have traditionally had for not sharing data with each other are breaking down, opening a new type of conversation between payers and providers. Here’s how.
Increasingly, healthcare organizations are relying on information technology (IT) solutions to increase the reach—and efficacy—of healthcare. Here’s how technology can help mental health, too.
Suicide rates are rising—but healthcare organizations can help facilitate their suicide prevention efforts by relying on the right care coordination teams.