In this Q&A, experts discuss how emerging treatments and technologies are affecting diabetes costs.
As technology advances, it is transforming healthcare in ways never thought possible
While diabetes, particularly type 2, remains an epidemic, the number of new diagnoses has begun to slow. Here are some developments contributing to the decrease.
Today’s consumers have high expectations when making a retail purchase. These same demands apply when purchasing health insurance and getting medical care.
Most payers and employers now offer high-deductible health plans (HDHPs), but questions remain regarding whether these options will actually help plans save on healthcare costs.
Questions remain regarding how those plans will impact hospital revenue.
While the introduction of the Health Insurance Marketplace plans in 2014 has accelerated the trend of more Americans with HDHPs, the number of such plans was already increasing before then.
The impact of the reemergence of untreatable infections on our healthcare costs could be prohibitive. Find out what's being done about it.
Experts weigh in on what to expect as provisions of the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act roll out.
The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act will expand the availability of Medicare data. Here's how that could impact the industry.