Republicans Face Conundrum With Health Law Case
With a significant increase in their numbers on Capitol Hill, Republicans theoretically have more power to undo President Obama’s healthcare overhaul, but they also have more responsibility for the results.
High-Cost Blood Cancer Drugs Deliver High Value
Amid the growing debate about the high price of powerful new drugs in the United States, a recent analysis suggests that breakthrough therapies for blood cancers may, in many cases and with some important caveats, provide reasonable value for money spent.
Another Defeat for Medicaid Expansion
Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act was dealt 2 swift blows in Republican-led states this week, first in Tennessee and again just a day later in Wyoming.
Managed Care Minute: February 7, 2015
A one-minute look back at the week of February 2, 2015, in managed care, including another top resignation from a federal agency and budget proposals affecting Medicare and Medicaid.
Privacy Concerns Biggest Challenge for mHealth Adoption
With Anthem’s security breach potentially compromising the personal information of current and former members, a timely report from the Economist Intelligence Unit revealed that privacy remains the top concern of implementing mobile health technology.