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Clinical Pathways: How to Deliver Better Care and Outcomes
"What has been missing is the patient's perspective," says one industry consultant.
Analysis: Don't Want a Vaccine? Be Prepared to Pay More for Insurance.
How about an economic argument? Get a COVID shot to protect your wallet.
At Urgent Care, He Got 5 Stitches and a Big Surprise: A Plastic Surgeon's Bill for $1,040
Bryan Keller's health insurance covered much of the cost of his visit to the CityMD clinic. But it didn't cover...
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Anthem, Sutter Health Ink Multi-year Contract Extension
The new deal extends the contract through the end of 2024.
Dignity Health Takes Contract Spat with Anthem Public
The health system is urging its customers to "take action" and "call Anthem at the number on the back of...
Covered California Projects 1.8% Rate Hikes in 2022
The average rate change for the past three years is only 1.1%, which also marked the third year since the...
Understanding the No Surprises Act
The No Surprises Act, signed into law December 27, 2020, represents a significant change in the way out-of-network providers can...
Diabetes Drug's New Weight Loss Formula Fuels Cost-Benefit Debate
It's no surprise that some of the same drugs for diabetes are being reformulated and renamed by manufacturers as a...
Pfizer Court Fight Could Legalize Medicare Copays and Unleash 'Gold Rush' in Sales
A Pfizer win could cost taxpayers billions of dollars and erase an important control on pharma marketing after decades of...
Opinion: The government lawsuit against Kaiser points to an immense fraud problem in Medicare
DoJ considering lawsuit to block UnitedHealth bid for Change Healthcare
CVS Health raises forecast for year, tops analyst estimates with strong second-quarter sales
Washington now in standoff with Gov. Kemp on Affordable Care Act waiver plan
Individual ACA rates in Pennsylvania will rise an average 2% in 2022 — if approved
Duke study: States that expanded Medicaid saw a higher increase in cancer survival rates