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There has been increased bipartisan support around the expanded role of value-based insurance design.
What we’re reading, November 30, 2016: the FDA agrees to clinical trials of Ecstasy to treat posttraumatic stress disorder; University of Pittsburgh Medical Center workers strike to protest wages and union rights; a New York pharmacy owner will spend 4 years in jail for distributing 500,000 oxycodone pills without prescriptions.
In New Jersey, a group of business and labor leaders—along with the state's largest health plan—decided it was time for the term "patient-centered" to be understood by a key constituency: patients themselves.
Community coalitions are a backbone of public health, and offer a unique perspective towards implementation of managed care disease management/case management programs.
The proposal from CMS may make it difficult for groups that have been providing the DPP to take part in Medicare reimbursement.
The American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) has released the Criteria for High-Quality Clinical Pathways in Oncology, which is expected to help providers assess the quality, utility, and integrity of pathway programs in the United States.
Early results published Tuesday were first presented this summer at the meeting of the American Diabetes Association.
What we're reading, November 29, 2016: Warren cries foul over pharma's role in legislation; women fear what will happen to coverage under Trump; and Gallup poll finds most Americans want changes or repeal of the Affordable Care Act.
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