Authors in The American Journal of Managed Care® Call for Embracing Telemedicine Amid “Uncontained Spread” of COVID-19
April 04, 2020
Two members of the law firm Jones Day say even healthcare providers who have not used telemedicine should plan for it as the novel coronavirus spreads, now that rapidly changing laws erase the red tape that has limited use.
February 17, 2020
Journal’s quarter-century of innovation, growth and cutting-edge research leads to special milestone
Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute: Benefits and Barriers of Prescription Drug Lists for Asthma Medications
February 14, 2020
A new study led by the Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute examines the benefits and barriers of Prescription Drug List coverage for preventive asthma medications.
January 15, 2020
Research appearing in the annual health IT issue of The American Journal of Managed Care® highlights the value of machine learning to predict who will use healthcare and how electronic health records cannot solve all problems.
National Kidney Foundation: New Study Suggests Intervention for Kidney Disease Can Reduce Hospitalizations and Costs
November 13, 2019
National Kidney Foundation and CareFirst partnered for the first time on landmark study
Multiple Perspectives on Nation's Insulin Crisis Reported in Special Issue of Evidence-Based Diabetes Management™
October 10, 2019
Young adults, JDRF’s CEO, researchers discuss long-term impact of the current insulin affordability crisis in Perspectives on Insulin Pricing, a special issue of Evidence-Based Diabetes Management.™
Payer Coverage of Orphan Drugs Often Varies, According to Research Published in The American Journal of Managed Care®
October 08, 2019
Rising number, cost of drugs for rare disease therapies create new pressure on health plans, researchers report in the October issue of The American Journal of Managed Care®.
Early Lessons for States Trying to Achieve a Culture of Health Detailed in September Issue of The American Journal of Accountable Care®
September 24, 2019
Writing in the current issue of The American Journal of Accountable Care®, researchers from The Pennsylvania State University share exploratory findings from Oregon and Pennsylvania regarding their efforts to improve the overall health and well-being of state residents.
September Issue of The American Journal of Managed Care® Highlights Federal Healthcare Reform Efforts
September 17, 2019
Health policy experts writing in the current issue of The American Journal of Managed Care® illustrate efforts that are being tested or considered to improve care for elderly patients, veterans and others, as well as physician-led initiatives to improve stakeholder buy-in for value-based care.
The American Journal of Managed Care® Adds Montefiore Health System to Its Strategic Alliance Partnership Program
August 28, 2019
Montefiore Health System will also be working with NeurologyLive™