In 2020, the most disruptive moves in healthcare will be fueled by a commitment to achieving true interoperability across providers, payers, and all stakeholders.
A week in review with Manage Healthcare Executive's most popular online articles for the week ending March 7, 2020.
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Physicians and care professionals have vast archives of medical knowledge at their fingertips and a multitude of devices at their disposal such as AI and machine learning to improve patient care and outcomes. However, patient monitoring is still one crucial aspect of patient care that has yet to undergo a technological renaissance.
Managed Healthcare Executive asked thought leaders: “What apps do you use the most on your phone?” Here’s what they said.
Former journalist Ceci Connolly, president and CEO of the Alliance of Community Health Plans, is making positive news in healthcare.
Today's model for managing major depressive and anxiety disorders is outdated, ineffective, and a massive problem when there are about 46.6 million Americans who have a mental illness, 17 million of whom suffer from depression.
DMARDs and the JAK Inhibitors have improved RA treatment. But not many new drugs are in the offing at the moment.
How two hospitals and two insurers are working to turn the tide of the opioid epidemic.
Cigna, which now owns Express Scripts and its large mail order business, isn’t experiencing any drug shortages because of the new coronavirus epidemic, according to Steve Miller, the company’s chief clinical officer.