While Gilead works on a “cure,” here are four things managed care executives need to know about the current state of HIV treatment
A new report looks specifically at spending on healthcare for the privately insured in the U.S in 2014. Here are the findings.
The effort to secure provider status for pharmacists continues on a federal and state level, and it may be gaining more traction than ever.
At the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy Nexus 2015, two presenters identified legislative and regulatory changes that could have a big impact on managed care.
What managed care executives should know about rising drug prices, how they impact the healthcare system, and advice on what to do about it.
A new study by National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) finds that generic drugs are the best bargain in the healthcare system—but that may change if recent price hikes continue.
On the heels of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services release of the Medicare accountable care organizations (ACO) 2014 quality and financial performance results, tracking the ACO industry for market shifts might be a wise move, according to one industry expert.
CMS recently released a proposed draft of its Medicare Reporting Requirements document for 2016 and, for the first time, the guidance includes reporting requirements for Medicare rewards and incentive programs. The new reporting requirement is slated to begin January 1. Are you ready?
HealthSpot’s telebooths, which are currently in more than 20 Rite-Aid stores, are changing how patients interact with healthcare. Find out how it works.
A coalition is opposing the Access to Quality Diabetes Education Act of 2015, saying it limits access to care. Here's why, and how the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) is responding.