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The Medicare Shared Savings Program is the perfect way for primary care physicians to get involved with alternative payments as Medicare moves to replace fee-for-service, explained Hymin Zucker, MD, chief medical officer of the Triple Aim Development Group.
Pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) is characterized by nonspecific symptoms, which can lead to a delay in diagnosis. Without treatment, patients with PAH have a poor prognosis, but development and availability of PAH-specific therapies have improved the overall prognosis of the disease.
This week in managed care the top stories include pivotal results from the SPRINT study on blood pressure, an analysis on how states successfully enrolled consumers in the insurance marketplace, and experts discuss value-based care.
An analysis shows that the Priority Review Voucher Program is not spurring drug development in the disease areas it was created to address.
Panelist discuss early referral to palliative care, enduring misconceptions, culture considerations, and more at the Fall Managed Care Forum 2015.
A look at effective anticoagulation strategies for stroke prevention in patients with atrial fibrillation.
There is an enormous medication adherence problem in the United States, and millions of people could benefit from cognitive therapy, and technology can help.
Some takeaways from the most important blood pressure study in 40 years.
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