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Top 5 News Articles in 2023

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News about state bans on accumulators, Pfizer’s announcements about vaccines and cardiovascular deaths increasing because of climate change were the most viewed news items on the Managed Healthcare Executive website this year.

Here are the top five news articles published on the Managed Healthcare Executive website this year.\

States Are Moving to Ban Accumulators

Sixteen states have banned a pharmacy benefit management practice that involves not counting the value of drug copay assistance from manufacturers toward patient deductibles.

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Vaccine Updates: Two Announcements From Pfizer

Pfizer and BioNTech released positive top-line data for their mRNA-based combination vaccine that targets influenza and COVID-19.

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Study Predicts Alarming Increase in Cardiovascular Deaths Due to Impact of Extreme Heat

Recent data found that extreme heat is projected to lead to a significantly higher burden of excess cardiovascular deaths in the United States by midcentury (2036–2065), with elderly adults and non-Hispanic Black adults being most affected.

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New Diabetes Therapeutic Will Sell for $750 for 90 Days, Company Says

However, patients who cannot get insurance coverage will be able to access AspyreRx at a significant self-pay discount.

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UnitedHealthcare Removes Out-of-Pocket Costs for Eligible Members Using 24/7 Virtual Visits


Removing out-of-pocket expenses for virtual visits may help improve health equity by reducing medical costs for consumers and encourage earlier interventions.

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