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Challenges Abound: Managing Margin Through the Supply Chain
Today?s efforts by many health systems to reduce costs only lead to incremental impact. When elevated, supply chain is primely...
Bag-Mask Ventilation Improves Tracheal Intubation Outcomes
A study involving 401 patients in seven ICUs across the nation found higher oxygen saturation using the bag-mask ventilation, and...
6 Ways to Hone Your Innovation Approach
Health 2.0 Executive Vice President and co-founder Indu Subaiya provides perspectives on the way innovation will impact health systems.
Commercial Pharmacy Spending Rate Eclipses Five-Year Average
Medicare per-member-per-month spending more than doubled its five-year average while Medicaid actually declined by 2%.
Nearly 100 Insurers Have Won Challenges Over Halted CSR Payments
If these decisions hold up through a potential appeals process, they could result in the federal government owing billions of...
The High Cost Of Sex: Insurers Often Don't Pay For Drugs To Treat Problems
Medicare and many private insurers don't cover drugs that are prescribed to treat problems people have engaging in sex. For...
For 2020 Dem Hopefuls, 'Medicare-For-All' Is A Defining Issue, However They Define It
In championing 'Medicare-for-all,' politicians put forth an idea: universal healthcare, or some system in which everyone can afford medical care....
Communities With More Primary Care Docs Have Lower Mortality
A greater primary care physician supply was associated with lower mortality, but the per capita supply did not keep pace...