The goal for any population health program should be to keep members healthy and prevent the onset and advancement of disease. Historically, population health programs have been disjointed because payers, providers, employers and communities execute isolated efforts with no collaboration
When the calendar flipped to 2017, it heralded a year that will be radically different from the one it preceded. One industry that will certainly experience some upheaval is healthcare. In fact, those changes began day one as the MACRA
January 20, 2017, the day of Donald Trump’s inauguration marked a new era for the healthcare industry, one that’s filled with uncertainty and confusion. In other words: more of the same. One of Trump’s first acts after he was sworn
On December 13, President Barack Obama signed into law a broad and sweeping healthcare provision known as the 21st Century Cures Act. In these contentious political times, the law is being heralded as a rare show of bipartisanism after it passed
The healthcare industry is successfully transitioning to value-based care, even while the fate of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) remains unclear. This is according to a recent McKesson study that shows both payers and providers making profits from value-based care.
Things were looking down for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) even before Donald Trump won the election. Premiums for several health plans are increasing by an average of 25 percent next year. Consumers in many states have significantly fewer insurance