care management

Five approaches to effective cancer care managementManaging the care for members with cancer is unlike managing care for other chronic diseases. Here’s five ways to better care for cancer patients.
Five ways health executives can impact the opioid crisisConsider these five opportunities to help curb one of the biggest public health issues of the year.
Food stamp program participation could impact health costsA new study reveals how participation in the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program could impact healthcare costs for low-income individuals.
Five rules for payer success in oncologyPayers must reinvent efforts to reduce cancer cost and increase quality for a value-based care world. Here’s five rules to follow.
Five technologies to transform healthcareFive healthcare tech trends that will make chronic care management a part of patients’ daily lives.
Views split on population health benefitsViews on the importance of population health differ depending on how you interact with patients, says the NEJM Care Redesign survey.
Five ways care management can shift to value-based careAs fee-for-service rapidly transforms into value-based care, the industry must improve member engagement and outcomes by using targeted care management interventions that help deliver bottom-line results across a broader spectrum of the population.
How social factors are driving precision medicinePrecision medicine isn’t just about genomics anymore. With the field moving forward as the next step in population health management, environmental, social and lifestyle factors that live outside the medical system are increasingly important to target treatments and engage patients. That means health plans also need innovative technology solutions to capture, store and integrate this crucial information.
Medication adherence pays off for patients, payers, and community pharmacyMedication adherence counseling is something pharmacists do best. Evolving paradigms in healthcare delivery will resolve how they will be paid for it.
Payers seek to balance care management goalsA dearth of informatics to confirm the intuitive benefits of wellness makes it difficult for a numbers-driven health insurance system to know how to invest its resources