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AHIP thanks CMS for adding flexibility in 2019 Medicare Advantage and Part D ruleNovember 22 | Susan Morse

AHIP for CMS for proposed Medicare Advantage flexibility

New proposed rule offers insurers more plan...

Most say they would pay for employee-subsidized genetic testingNovember 22 | Mike Miliard

Most say they would pay for employee-subsidized genetic testing

Some would pay as much as $1,000...

 

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2017 State of Cost Transformation in U.S. Hospitals

September 25Though cost transformation is urgent, many organizations struggle to set appropriate reduction goals and start the hard work of reconfiguring their businesses for a much more cost competitive environment. This report shows how to accelerate progress.

How Insurers Develop and Market New Benefit Plans Fast

November 8This paper shows how insurers under competitive pressure to introduce and grow new lines of business are often handcuffed by outdated technology and inefficient administrative systems that prevent them from responding to new business opportunities.

2017 State of Cost Transformation in U.S. Hospitals

September 25Though cost transformation is urgent, many organizations struggle to set appropriate reduction goals and start the hard work of reconfiguring their businesses for a much more cost competitive environment. This report shows how to accelerate progress.

How Insurers Develop and Market New Benefit Plans Fast

November 8This paper shows how insurers under competitive pressure to introduce and grow new lines of business are often handcuffed by outdated technology and inefficient administrative systems that prevent them from responding to new business opportunities.
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Plug Revenue Leaks Caused by Uncompensated Care

September 14Roughly 1-5% of all uncompensated care accounts have billable third-party coverage unknown to the hospital or its vendors. Understanding where that coverage exists, and capturing that payment can make the difference between a year in the black or a year in the red.

Securing and Illuminating the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain

June 21Supply chain management has always been a key challenge for pharmaceutical companies and their trading partners. Instances of drug counterfeiting, cargo thefts, in-transit damages due to environmental conditions etc. highlight the need for security and track and trace in pharma logistics. Supply chain exceptions like recalls, resalable returns and impending compliance mandates like DSCSA make pharma supply chain visibility an absolute must.

Plug Revenue Leaks Caused by Uncompensated Care

September 14Roughly 1-5% of all uncompensated care accounts have billable third-party coverage unknown to the hospital or its vendors. Understanding where that coverage exists, and capturing that payment can make the difference between a year in the black or a year in the red.

Securing and Illuminating the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain

June 21Supply chain management has always been a key challenge for pharmaceutical companies and their trading partners. Instances of drug counterfeiting, cargo thefts, in-transit damages due to environmental conditions etc. highlight the need for security and track and trace in pharma logistics. Supply chain exceptions like recalls, resalable returns and impending compliance mandates like DSCSA make pharma supply chain visibility an absolute must.
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Medicaid expansion: what the Oregon Health Insurance Experiment reveals

Medicaid expansion: what the Oregon Health Insurance Experiment reveals

Harvard economist Katherine Baicker discusses the complex question of Medicaid expansion at the HIMSS Pop Health Forum.