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July 29, 2016 | AJMC Staff
What we're reading, July 29, 2016: a trans-Atlantic partnership has been formed to fight superbugs; the FDA halted blood collections in 2 Florida counties over Zika fears; and investigation confirms Zika cases in Florida were from local mosquitoes.
July 28, 2016 | AJMC Staff
What we're reading, July 28, 2016: CMS released first hospital quality ratings; Anthem is prepared to fight the government over Cigna purchase; and regulations are falling behind stem cell clinics.
July 27, 2016 | AJMC Staff
What we're reading, July 27, 2016: UnitedHealth and Aetna are looking to join California's Medicaid program; the World Health Organization is considering removing transgender identity from list of mental disorders; and medical schools rethink how to treat addiction.
July 26, 2016 |
Communication and education about the available health coverage options was important in keeping consumers informed about enrollment, which Jennifer Sullivan, director of the Best Practices Institute at Enroll America, said was key in engaging consumers.
July 25, 2016 | AJMC Staff
Michael Kolodziej, MD, has joined Flatiron Health as national medical director, Managed Care Strategy.
July 23, 2016 |
This week in managed care, the Department of Justice filed suit to block 2 health insurance megamergers, a poll found that healthcare is not a top issue with voters, and a study reported that patients with cancer and dementia get better end-of-life care.
July 17, 2016 |
Orphan drugs are a very lucrative business, and Aimee Tharaldson, PharmD, senior clinical consultant of emerging therapies at Express Scripts, expects to see more orphan drugs reach market as manufacturers focus their development efforts in these areas.
July 12, 2016 | AJMC Staff
What We're Reading, July 12, 2016: Oregon's Health CO-OP to close down by the end of July; experts discuss fairer ways to decide on drug pricing; and gender bias in physician salaries at academic institutions.