Press Releases

June 26, 2019
The revolution in cancer care cannot happen just in the laboratory—it must also take place among stakeholders who must agree on new models for financing very expensive life-saving therapies. The new issue of Evidence-Based Oncology™ looks at the people trying to change the way we pay for cures and their work.
June 21, 2019
Graetz’s work highlights the impact of the use of health information technology on care processes and patient outcomes in managed care settings
June 17, 2019
Proprietary Tool Identifies Best Recovery Setting for Patients Post Discharge, Sheds Light on Power of Episodes in Transforming Healthcare
May 29, 2019
A Policy article in the May issue of The American Journal of Managed Care® suggests that sequential addition of SGLT2 inhibitors to DPP-4 inhibitors may be considered cost-effective compared with standard treatment using sulfonylurea and insulin for patients with type 2 diabetes who have difficulty maintaining glycated hemoglobin of seven percent or less on metformin alone.
May 14, 2019
Accompanying editorial calls for further refinements in value-based insurance design to reduce unintended use of low-value care, reports the latest issue of The American Journal of Managed Care®.
April 24, 2019
Three groups of conditions have been found to impact health score the most, authors from HealthPartners report in the latest issue of The American Journal of Managed Care®.
April 19, 2019
Some large employers and policy makers advocate for retail competition that relies on providers competing on healthcare performance. Using diabetes care in Minnesota as an example, researchers examined whether the public reporting of care measures encouraged health systems to improve their clinics’ diabetes care performance in the latest issue of The American Journal of Managed Care®.
March 29, 2019
The issues that plague the rest of the US healthcare system—such as care access and care fragmentation—are also present in Medicaid, according to a series of articles examining various outcomes in multiple states’ Medicaid programs in the current issue of The American Journal of Managed Care®.
March 18, 2019
Social determinants of health, including stress, social support and environmental hazards, among other factors, impact the lives of patients beyond the clinic door. It is unclear which health system stakeholders should own the responsibilities of improving these health-related measures, yet US payment systems are moving to hold individual providers accountable for associated health improvements. This represents a misalignment of accountability and capability, write two researchers in a viewpoint from the current issue of The American Journal of Accountable Care®.
March 15, 2019
Noted health policy researcher Dennis P. Scanlon, PhD, heads Center for Health Care and Policy Research at Pennsylvania State University.
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