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Reimbursement

May 09 | Jeff Lagasse
Tapping into asynchronous, text-based communication could let providers…
May 09 | Susan Morse
Resources provided by Optum include an expectant mother app that has a 'kick counter' and is free to…
May 08 | Jeff Lagasse
Medicaid paid Acadia's facilities a much higher amount for blood and urine tests than its lab had charged for…
May 08 | Susan Morse
Precision medicine is a disruptive technology that is moving from revolution to evolution…
May 06 |
Prices for the drugs, which range from diabetes medications to antivirals to immunosuppressants, are 3.2 to…
May 06 | Jeff Lagasse
The nature of acquisitions is changing, with less volume but more high-dollar deals -- many of…
May 03 | Susan Morse
Two primary concerns of a single-payer system are the methods it would use to pay providers and set their payment rates, both…
May 02 | Jeff Lagasse
Overall, 56 percent of adults reported at least one domain of medical financial hardship, representing 137.1 million adults in…
May 02 | Jeff Lagasse
The same service can command dramatically different prices depending on where in the country it's being…
May 02 | Susan Morse
Hackensack Meridian Health no longer writes off long-term payments as bad debt, now that the patient has become a primary payer.

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