Top Healthcare News of 2018, According to Readers

For the last week of 2018, The American Journal of Managed Care® polled readers on 5 big news stories from the year to gauge which one they thought was the most important.

To start 2019, Managed Care Cast, the podcast of The American Journal of Managed Care® is taking a look back at 2018. At the end of the year AJMC® had polled readers on 5 big news stories from the year to gauge which one they thought was the most important. In this podcast, Laura Joszt, associate editorial director, and Jaime Rosenberg, assistant editor, discuss these healthcare news stories and reveal which one was named the most important of 2018.

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5 Healthcare-Related Ballot Measures From the 2018 Midterm Elections

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Advocates Lambast Growing Number of Uninsured in Arkansas Due to Work Rules

CMS Will Allow Medicare Advantage Plans to Use Step Therapy to Negotiate Drug Prices

Trump Administration Finalizes Rule for Short-Term, Limited Duration Health Plans

As ACA Enrollment Begins, What's Included in Some Short-Term Insurance Plans?

Federal Judge Strikes Down Affordable Care Act

In the Wake of ACA Ruling, the Only Thing Certain Is Uncertainty

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CDC Data: Life Expectancy Decreases as Deaths From Suicide, Drug Overdose Increase

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