IN THIS ISSUE

Ed Silverman
There are plenty of ways that confidential data can escape your control, and the consequences can be major. Can you trust your employees?
Peer-Reviewed
Heinz Nagel, MD
Thomas Baehring, PhD
Werner A. Scherbaum, MD, PhD
Germany has been able to enroll more than a million people with type 2 diabetes in DM programs through legislation that created incentives for physicians and insurers
Q&A
Patrick Mullen
This CMO of a pharmacy benefits manager wrestles with some of insurance's most taxing issues. Price, of course. And here come biologics!
Viewpoint
Arthur Lazarus, MD, MBA
Legislation & Regulation
John Carroll
Despite an array of economically and politically strong advocates, a bill to beef up health savings accounts has stirred significant opposition
Medication Management
Martin Sipkoff
Many insurers may not consider insomnia a serious health problem, but it costs employers a bundle in lowered productivity
Employer Update
Lola Butcher
Still, some are skeptical about punishing bad behavior. For one thing, it makes coverage more expensive for those who need it most.
Tomorrow's Medicine
Thomas Morrow, MD
The use of transgenic goats to produce a recombinant form of human antithrombin is much more efficient than using mammalian cell cultures