Tom Kaye, RPh, MBA
Initially, Part D offered so much to so many who needed help. Now the program is straining under its own weight.
Legislation & Regulation
John Carroll
These giant Internet players can offer the fluidity of personal data and information, but they don’t have to comply with privacy standards
Medication Management
Martin Sipkoff
Employers have implemented a number of methods to slow down prescription drug costs, but waiving copayments for chronic conditions has yet to enjoy widespread use
Tomorrow's Medicine
Thomas Morrow, MD
Commercial and public payers concerned by prolonged hospital stays will be considering this μ-opioid antagonist
Plan Watch
Frank Diamond
Health plans should look into why medical centers that spend the most per capita don’t necessarily deliver the best care
News and Commentary
News and Commentary

A blueprint for high-volume, high-quality lung cancer screening that is detecting cancer earlier—and helping to save lives

Clinical Brief

Multiple Sclerosis: New Perspectives on the Patient Journey–2019 Update
Summary of an Actuarial Analysis and Report