The ONC and CMS medical information transparency rule for patients, providers, and insurers may be the biggest change in healthcare system operations since the ACA. Here’s what to expect.
The combination of one of the country’s largest insurers and one of the country’s largest pharmacy chains will dramatically reshape the healthcare industry.
Managed Healthcare Executive has sorted through the platforms of the Republicans running for president to tell you where they stand on healthcare issues.
A new report looks specifically at spending on healthcare for the privately insured in the U.S in 2014. Here are the findings.
A low-fat plant-based vegan diet may help obese children lower their risk of heart disease, finds a new study from Cleveland Clinic.
Results from a national survey show that one-third of American adults use complementary medicine practices or products, including yoga, fish oils, massage therapy and ginseng.
At a time when insurers are expanding their presence on state exchanges and rolling out tech-savvy portals to capture new customers, single state “Blue” insurers are finding themselves hamstrung by regulations and lack of capital.
If 15% to 30% of HCV-infected beneficiaries receive treatment in 2015 with the cost of treatment averaging $84,000, Medicare Part D could increase between $2.9 billion and $5.8 billion
Utilize pharmacy benefit tools and member engagement strategies
ACA’s emphasis on accountable care organizations, patient-centered medical homes, readmission penalties and pricing pressures on hospitals makes it attractive for hospitals to work together to share services and increase the efficiencies