A discussion on how actions by some employers to mitigate the impact from the cost of musculoskeletal issues could create opportunities for some health systems and risks for others.
Hospitals and providers who want to sell bonds in the public market should determine if their offering presents any challenges and develop a list of questions to ask of firms to find the best-suited underwriter for the job.
A review of the details of CVS’s new nationwide paid membership program and what this could mean for the healthcare industry.
A discussion of the benefits of the new independent practice association, which will provide funding and infrastructure to SDOH service providers to help those in need in the Capital Region of Albany, New York.
A look at examples where two factions of North Carolina-based physicians left health systems to join or form independent physician groups.
Payers and providers in California partnered to significantly improve capacity for services and reduce emergency department visits, thereby improving outcomes.
In Vermont, payer-provider collaboration has led to improved access to primary care, reduced deaths from suicide and drug overdose, decreased ratesof chronic disease and improved chronic disease management.
Hospital and health system finance executives should promote clinical, economic and administrative alignment between their organizations and health plans as a necessary step necessary for achieving success under value-based payment contract...
With drug costs emerging as a central concern for healthcare leaders, providers are trying to mitigate the problem through partnerships.
HFMA’s Chad Mulvany reviews the details of CVS/Aetna’s two new pilot programs focused on improving outcomes for its members.