A study from Human Rights Watch has eye-opening findings about antipsychotic drug prescribing in U.S. nursing homes.
Hospitals & Providers Strategy
Managed care organizations are looking for new skills in healthcare leaders (and in some cases hiring for completely new leadership roles). Here are four emerging trends to watch.
Anthem’s decision has sparked criticism and concern, but could it reduce healthcare spending? Experts weigh in.
John R. Washlick, Buchanan, Ingersoll & Rooney, and expert in healthcare system transactions and market consolidation, talks to Managed Healthcare Executive about healthcare spin-offs, what that means for the future of mergers and acquisitions, and advice for healthcare executives.
A new report reveals the top cities that rise to the top for healthcare—and they’re probably not the cities you’d expect.
The healthcare landscape is transforming. Here are six considerations to help your talent during restructuring, downsizing, and other transitions.
Here are three strategies to navigate toward next-generation care management and increase member engagement in the process
Make the rules work for, rather than, against you by relying on these five critical capabilities.
Understanding the key barriers to biosimilar adoption in the U.S. is the first step managed care executives can take to overcome these obstacles, according to a Trinity Parners report.
Health systems realize that telehealth can help them achieve a wide range of objectives, from care coordination to readmission avoidance and market share expansion.