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Aetna is waiving cost-sharing for inpatient hospital admissions related to COVID-19
Mar 27 |
Other insurers have committed to covering testing at no cost to patients, as well ...
Healthcare disruptors outperform hospitals in digital readiness
Mar 12 |
Traditional providers are at risk of losing consumers over online experience, report shows.
New report shows patient priorities in caregiver reviews
Mar 09 |
The MGMA and Healthgrades report also shows gender bias, with male doctors receiving higher average reviews ...
More than $2 billion in fraud recoveries collected from healthcare companies last year
Feb 19 |
Providers warned to stay vigilant as financial and political incentives remain ...
Geography shapes health and wellness habits, survey shows
Jan 31 |
Miamians are the most health-conscious while Minnesotans are the least of people in 18 cities surveyed.
Study sheds light on executive pay in healthcare industry
Jan 16 |
Compensation for CEOs ranged from $274,300 to $1.4 million, depending on the size of the hospital.
Federal watchdog cracks down on inflated Medicare payments
Jan 03 |
Insurers were allegedly found to be exaggerating the health ailments of patients, receiving billions.
Millennials, Gen Xers less satisfied with health plans, new survey shows
Dec 10, 2019 |
Incentive for healthy behaviors was the biggest demand from those who took the survey, with ...
Horizon BCBSNJ and MOBE partner on reinsurance model for cost savings
Dec 03, 2019 |
Targeted services for frequent users come at no cost to the insurer or individual, but results ...
Nursing shortage collides with rising baby boomer population
Nov 21, 2019 |
Flexibility and work-life balance had the most influence for 39% of nurses, though 31% say compensation ...

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