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Karen Appold
Three Big Reasons U.S. Healthcare Spending Outpaces Other High-Income Countries
A new study looks at how U.S. healthcare spending compares to 10 other high-income countries. Here are three of the biggest areas in which U.S. spending is higher.
Four Big Changes Health Plans are Making to Lower Diabetes Costs
Four Big Changes Health Plans are Making to Lower Diabetes Costs
Some health insurers have found ways to control costs or improve the quality of diabetes care.
Five Treatments Turning the Tide on Diabetes
Five Treatments Turning the Tide on Diabetes
Here are five new advances in disease management—including promising treatments in the pipeline.
Will PBMs Be the Next Target of Opioid Lawsuits?
Experts weigh in on a recent lawsuit against PBMs, whether similar lawsuits will crop up, and the likely outcomes.
How Your Net Promoter Score Could Influence Your Business
How Your Net Promoter Score Could Influence Your Business
Your net promoter score could be influencing your business. Here’s what it is and how to improve it.
Seven diseases benefiting from genetic tests
Seven diseases benefiting from genetic tests
Genetic testing is playing a growing role in diagnosing and treating diseases, particularly when it comes to certain cancers and rheumatic conditions.
Anthem Stops Paying for Non-Emergency ED Visits: 4 Takeaways
Anthem’s decision has sparked criticism and concern, but could it reduce healthcare spending? Experts weigh in.
Walgreens-AmerisourceBergen Deal: 3 Takeaways
Retail drug chain giant Walgreens made a takeover approach to drug distributor AmerisourceBergen. Here’s what industry watchers want you to know about it.
How the Flu’s Severity Will Affect Healthcare Spending
The flu epidemic is taking a toll on the U.S. healthcare system. Here's how health insurers can curtail spending on flu care.
Trump’s impact on ACA enrollment: What you need to know
How did Trump’s actions in 2017 impact the health insurance marketplace and enrollment numbers? Find out.