The State of Oregon Sues Oracle
The lawsuit, which was a long time coming, names top executives within Oracle, and claims damages as much as 240 million and penalties as high as $480 million for each allegation of wrongdoing.
ACA May Reduce Refunds
Millions helped by Obama health law may get hit with reduced tax refunds unless they act soon.
Michigan Blue's Quality Efforts Save Millions
Over a five-year period, five programs sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and Blue Care Network to improve the quality of certain medical and surgical procedures performed in Michigan hospitals, have produced $597 million in healthcare cost savings, and have lowered complication and mortality rates for thousands of patients.
Psoriasis May Increase Susceptibility to Cancer
The study presented at the American Academy of Dermatology meeting evaluated some of the risk factors associated with the skin disease and it's treatment and the incidence of melanoma and lymphoma.
The New Old Age: Part D Gains May Be Eroding
In 2003, when President George W. Bush signed the major Medicare expansion that would establish prescription drug coverage, he called it “a promise, a solemn promise, to America’s seniors.”
Obama Offers New Accommodations on Birth Control
The Obama administration will offer a new accommodation to religious nonprofits that object to covering birth control for their employees. The measure allows those groups to notify the government, rather than their insurance company, that birth control violates their religious beliefs.
ASCO’s Peter Yu, MD, and Priority Health’s Burton VanderLaan, MD, to Give Keynotes at AJMCLive Event
Bringing stakeholders together is the mission of AJMCLive, the meeting series of The American Journal of Managed Care. It’s reflected in the two keynote speakers for Patient-Centered Oncology Care on Nov. 14: a leader of physicians, Peter Yu, MD, the current president of ASCO; and a leader among payers, Burton VanderLaan, MD, FACP, medical director of Priority Health.