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4 Ways Hospitals Can Use Their Pharmacies To Cut Costs, Improve Care
Karen Kobelski | May 2, 2019
State legislatures spring ahead with restrictions on drug copay accumulators
John S. Linehan | April 16, 2019
PBMs Need To Be Disrupted, Not Disintermediated
Jake Frenz | March 28, 2019
What ICER Pricing Would Mean for U.S. Drug Spend
Nathan White, Mike Pace, Adam Johns, and Eric Latch | September 20, 2018
Health Advocates Can Learn Commitment to Social Justice From Merck CEO, Kenneth Frazier
Louis Tharp | August 18, 2017
Patient Centered and Paternalistic: Both/and is better than either/or.
Paul Terry | March 14, 2017
Unfairly Targeting 340B Hospitals
Ted Slafsky, MPP & Robert Chapman, MD | January 12, 2017
Rx: Pokémon Go?
Paul Terry | July 20, 2016
Changing the Standard of Care: Treating the Controlled Substance Crisis
Jonathan Gavras, MD | June 17, 2016
At a Crossroads? Which Reimbursement Pathway is Best Suited to Your Practice?
Aiden Spencer | June 9, 2016
Well-Being and the Next Industrial Revolution
Paul Terry | April 14, 2016
The Uberization of American Health Care: Why We Need a Disruptive Model
Anand Natampalli and Daniel A. Schulte | March 14, 2016
Health Insurers in the House at HIMSS ’16 Meet
Jan Greene | March 3, 2016
King v. Burwell Majority Opinion Shows Savvy About Insurance, Adverse Selection
Richard Mark Kirkner | June 25, 2015
The 340B Program Is Right on Track
Ted Slafsky | April 22, 2015
How Health Plans Can Keep Their Approach to New Markets Nimble, Collaborative, and Effective
Michael Flanagan | May 9, 2014
A Conversation with Uwe Reinhardt, PhD: Managed Care's Prospects in the Health Reform Era
Interview by Frank Diamond | September 18, 2013
Can Technology Really Save $240B?
Craig Keyes | September 1, 2013
Amgen Move Gives Biosimilars Big Boost
Neil Minkoff, MD | February 18, 2013
High Administrative Costs and Low Enrollment Led To the Demise of Startup Insurer Crystal Run
AI for all that ails American health care. But how smart is that?
Anthem’s push to have physicians take on two-sided risk lands at South Bend Clinic
How blockchain has strange bedfellows singing kumbaya
SGLT2 Inhibitors, No Diabetes Required?
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