IN THIS ISSUE

Clifford Jones
Programs use varied techniques, but none have fully shut off the spigot of lost dollars. Greater use of predictive analytics may help.
Q&A
Larry Beresford
An academic expert on health care integration and reform reflects on more than two decades of systems research and how to recognize real, meaningful integration
Timothy Kelley
In New Jersey, Horizon’s patient-centered medical home program puts data-savvy nurses in primary care practices to reach out to high-risk patients and forestall costly crises
Joseph Burns

Andrew Sperling, JD

Innovative government projects might point the way toward how plans can save money while addressing a growing public policy concern
Legislation & Regulation
John Carroll
Analysts say new competition in the hepatitis C market may not offer lower prices. And Gilead is preparing a higher-cost Sovaldi treatment.
Medication Management
Thomas Reinke
One goal is improved adherence and medication outcomes, something that insurers have striven to achieve for a long time
The Formulary Files
Krishna Rutvij Patel, PharmD
Plan Watch
Frank Diamond

Virginia Calega, MD

Should insurers continue to cover power morcellation for laparoscopic hysterectomies?
Tomorrow's Medicine
Thomas Morrow, MD

Thomas Morrow, MD

Fewer inpatient days and better adherence when treating MRSA
News & Commentary
News & Commentary