Researchers urge against solely relying on body mass index, which has mislabeled many Americans as “obese” and “overweight” when they are actually healthy.
Authors of a study conclude that the use of managed care organizations for Medicaid patients has a mixed record of success, and they advise that little may be achieved by converting this portion of the population to managed care.
In the first large-scale study of its kind, researchers at Kaiser Permanente and the University of California San Francisco found that rates of dementia risk vary across racial and ethnic groups.
In spite of the Affordable Care Act's contraceptive coverage guarantee, there have been some obstacles in ensuring that privately insured women do not encounter out-of-pocket cost.
This week in managed care the top stories included President Obama's final budget plan, value-based deals made for Novartis' new heart drug, and a look at the strides made in immuno-oncology.
Healthcare integrated with housing support for homeless medically vulnerable lowers costs without affecting quality of care.
A study published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention has identified geographic and ethnic factors as an important determinant of vaccinating against the human papillomavirus.
Every year, health policy wonks get into the loving spirit of Valentine’s Day with poetry, puns, and more on Twitter using the popular hashtag #HealthPolicyValentines. We round up some of the best.
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