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Hand and pill bottles
Mar 01 | Jeff Lagasse
Strengthening the link between the ED and treatment offers an opportunity to combat the opioid epidemic.
Two people examine a computer monitor
Feb 25 | Jeff Lagasse
Prior authorizations in particular are a complex, time-consuming function that would be well…
People in scrubs and PPE
Feb 22 | Jeff Lagasse
Operating margin was -0.6% in January, not including CARES Act funding, while total expenses continue to rise.
The study suggests continued payment reforms and increasing computer-based decision-support tools.
Feb 17 | Jeff Lagasse
The study suggests continued payment reforms and increasing computer-based decision-support tools.
A CVS location with sign
Feb 16 | Jeff Lagasse
Insurers posted profits, but are wary of the continuing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, especially in Q1 of this year.
A person comforts a seated person
Feb 12 | Jeff Lagasse
Utilization among whites decreased more than among Black or Hispanic populations, but the largest…
Feb 10 | Jeff Lagasse
New data-driven business models will create what Deloitte calls a "well-being dividend,"…
Hands dispensing pills from a bottle
Feb 09 | Jeff Lagasse
2020 was rough, but based on FY 2021 Q1 earnings report figures, prospects for the coming year seem much better.
A Kaiser Permanente building
Feb 09 | Jeff Lagasse
Year-end financials are being watched closely as the healthcare system gets a handle on the full impact of COVID-19.
A Humana building
Feb 04 | Jeff Lagasse
The organization still managed a $3.1 billion profit for the year, a significant 25% increase from 2019.

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