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The National Comprehensive Cancer Network has announced the development of another “price” calculator that will help stakeholders assess the relative “value” of available options.
Governor Asa Hutchinson seeks changes to Arkansas' first-of-its-kind Medicaid expansion waiver, which may include workforce training requirements and higher out-of-pocket costs for those newly insured.
An analysis of data available on and 12 state-based exchanges while consumers shopped for plans found that sites should take more steps to better support consumers in making informed health plan decisions.
Alaska Governor Bill Walker (I) announced in July that he would expand Medicaid in his state despite the legislature's decision to block his efforts, and now the Republican-controlled body is suing him.
Since the first open enrollment period under the Affordable Care Act, enrollment in Medicaid has increased 21% and the program needs to be reinvented to keep up with future healthcare needs.
The top stories in managed care include results for patients with type 2 diabetes who were treated with high-dose liraglutide, challenges facing Medicaid managed care, and the rising popularity of doula services.
Enrollees on the public health insurance exchanges have shown themselves to be savvy, informed consumers, according to the results from the 2015 Survey of US Health Care Consumers report from the Deloitte Center for Health Solutions.
The study published in Science Translational Medicine found that tissue stiffening in the breasts of obese women can drive the development of malignant disease.