Amazon’s Quiet, Selective Forays into Healthcare
Whether the online giant has larger healthcare ambitions is unclear.
Electronic Prior Authorization is Catching on
But there are plenty of holdouts. Half of submissions are still done by phone or fax.
Diabetes Meds Go Beyond Blood Sugar Control
SGLT2 inhibitors, GLP-1 receptor agonists also tackle cardiovascular disease, renal failure.
Camden Coalition Finds New Ways to Care for High Utilizers
Results of an RCT of the coalition’s ‘hot spotting’ approach resulted in some reevaluation.
Is the Handshake a Thing of the Past?
Because COVID-19 has put the gesture in a different light, healthcare executives are coming up with other ways to greet people.
New Ways, New Places For Healthcare’s Waiting Room
Many providers are asking patients to wait in their cars. In the future, the waiting room could be divided into small, pod-like rooms.
The COVID-19 Medicaid Surge
An economic downturn will increase enrollment—and strain state budgets.
Opinion: 5 Ways MCOs Can Address COVID-19 Transmission
Principals of DeltaSigma, LLC , Don Hall, M.P.H., and Sherry Rohlfing provide Managed Healthcare Executive an opinion piece on how managed care organizations can address COVID-19 transmission.
The New Normal, Interrupted
U.S. healthcare was gearing up for a rebound that includes telehealth. But then the pandemic surged back.
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